The SYQIQ Hyper e-Bike is a powerful transportation solution that's built with the demands of urban consumers in mind to help them easily commute through the city and enjoy cross-country exploration during their time off. The bike will deliver 20Kw of continuous power with a peak power output of 30Kw to address a rider's specific need for varying degrees of responsiveness according to the conditions. Designed for the US market, the electric bike features a connected design with a built-in GPS and GSM module as well as a smart battery system that will help to prolong battery life.
The SYQIQ Hyper e-Bike is the design work of Artem Smirnov with the 3D model work by Vladimir Panchenko and the engineering design of Nikolay Medvedev.
The SYQIQ Hyper e-Bike Has a Versatile Design
1. Versatile Electric Motorcycles - There is an opportunity for companies to design and produce electric motorcycles that cater to the needs of both urban commuters and cross-country explorers.
2. Connected Electric Motorcycles - The integration of smart technology, such as GPS and GSM modules, into electric motorcycles presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies to tap into a tech-savvy market.
3. High-powered Electric Motorcycles - The production of electric motorcycles with high power output, such as the SYQIQ Hyper e-Bike, provides a disruptive innovation opportunity to replace traditional gasoline-powered motorcycles.
1. Electric Motorcycle Industry - Companies in the electric motorcycle industry can innovate their products to cater to the needs of both urban and adventure riders through versatile and connected designs.
2. Smart Technology Industry - The integration of smart technology into electric motorcycles is a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies in the tech industry to tap into the transportation market.
3. Alternative Transportation Industry - The production of high-powered electric motorcycles presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies in the alternative transportation industry to compete with traditional gasoline-powered motorcycles.