Audi is mostly known for its luxury cars, but you might not realize that the auto manufacturer also got into the bicycle business last year.
The soon-to-be-released Audi E-Bike Worthersee is a 46.3-pound electric bike capable of reaching speeds of up to 50 mph with the motor and pedals working in tandem, and around 30 mph when you’re just working the electric motor. It features a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer frame, LED strips and an on-board computer that can link up with your smartphone to take control of some of the more advanced features, such as the ability to electronically raise and lower the seat. It’s a trick bike first and foremost, designed for balance, training and pro performance.
There’s no price or release date yet for these bad boys, but with the slick design, wealth of high-tech features and prosumer target audience, you can expect that the Audi E-Bike Worthersee won’t come cheap.