The electric two-wheeler market is growing so fast that now the non-electric mobility sector is also moving towards electrification. This is the reason why we are seeing new electric vehicle launches one after the other in the mobility market. The latest launch comes from the Veo camp, where the company has reportedly launched a dual passenger electric bike named Apollo, which is capable of delivering a single charge range of 72 km on a single charge.
Gizmochina’s accordingA mobility company named Veo has introduced the Apollo electric bike, in which a total of two people can ride. Its price has not been disclosed at the moment. Reports suggest that the company may make it available in 2023.
Talking about the specifications, the Veo Apollo e-bike gets a 750W power electric motor, which can accelerate the bike to a speed of 25 kmph through the throttle. With two rides, this electric bike can run up to 72 km on a full charge.
Reports suggest that the Veo Apollo can lift a payload of up to 181kg and is the first dual-passenger electric bike. Along with the throttle, the Apollo makes a simulated engine sound, so that pedestrians can be aware of an approaching vehicle. The Apollo gets the battery to support other Veo models. That is to say, its battery pack can also be used in other Veo models. The Apollo has a phone mount and a screen that shows values like speed and battery charge status as well as turn signals.