Wunder Mobility launches first e-bike in partnership with Yadea

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German software provider Wunder Mobility has launched its first e-bike, designed in partnership with micromobility manufacturer Yadea.

Developed specifically for shared micromobility schemes, it possesses a range of 120km and can travel at up to 25km/h.

This is the first e-bike to be developed with Wunder technology at its core and will utilise the firm’s data-driven approach to rental fleet operation.

The e-bike was designed specifically for the European market and is equipped with a motor lock and a smart lock for dual security.

It also possesses a rear wheel cover enclosing the locking mechanism, as well as a swappable battery, firmware updates over the air and a built-in IoT connector.

Wunder has offices in Germany and the US and provides software for shared operators including HumanForest and Levy.

“Cycling is one of the key solutions for reducing mobility emissions,” said Wunder CEO Gunnar Froh.

“Through our collaboration, we have produced a better performing e-bike for both the operator and the cyclist. This will play a vital role in helping cities and their citizens to achieve green goals and boost wellbeing through exercise. Superior range, weight and security coupled to our powerful platform will enable more short city journeys and cleaner and healthier longer distance urban travel.”

Heidi Zang, Overseas Director at Yadea, added: “The extensive market research, analysis and design development behind this e-bike has deepened our close collaboration with the team at Wunder Mobility. A market-dominating high range, low weight and uncomplicated maintenance sets new standards and complements the product portfolio of environmentally friendly urban mobility solutions. The simple and smooth design is unique in the sharing field, attracting consumers’ attention and encouraging them to choose this e-bike.”

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