The electric drive systems will be used in Porsche eBikes as well as in the products of other brands.
Porsche’s focus on embodying the perfect blend of design, performance, and technology spans far past its lineup of track-inspired sports cars into its collection of luxury lifestyle products. While the brand continues to dominate the market on four wheels, the German automotive manufacturer also prides itself on wanting to increase its activities within the eBike segment. After testing the waters with its recent release of the eBike Sport and eBike Cross, Porsche is proud to announce its all-new eBike Performance production in Ottobrun, Germany. In recent months, Porsche has acquired several eBike companies (including Greyp and Fazua) to help gain the knowledge that would translate into the same level of quality that goes into its vehicle production.
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As part of the newly established Porsche eBike Performance GmbH, the facility will develop efficient electric drive systems for all bicycles. The state-of-the-art power sources include motors, batteries, and the necessary software for connectivity solutions. In addition to compact drive systems from Fazua, Porsche eBike Performance GmbH will develop and produce particularly powerful eBike drive systems under the Porsche brand name. The upcoming Stuttgart-based P2 eBike GmbH, powered by Porsche intends to use these drive systems to launch a new generation of Porsche eBikes from the middle of this decade. For those adventurists looking to experience Porsche eBikes now, the Porsche eBike Sport and Cross models are currently available in Small, Medium, and Large sizes starting at $10,700. View all current Porsche models for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury lifestyle releases and Porsche news.