Electric Bike with 320 km of Autonomy And Spins at 80 km / h

 The Delfast Top 3.0 is indeed an electric bike. It is even one of the most powerful in its class with its 3.000W motor which allows it to reach 80 km / h and a torque of 182 Nm which promises breathtaking accelerations. In order to meet European standards, Delfast says that it has integrated a pedaling assistance mode with a speed / power of 25 km / h / 250W. But to use the “no limit” mode of the VAE, it will have to be registered as a motor vehicle, specifies the manufacturer.

With this third generation of VAE, Delfast always plays the excess by announcing up to 320 km of autonomy thanks to a Panasonic 72V / 48Ah battery of 3.200 mAh. Obviously, we will not cover such a distance using the integrated accelerator but rather by pedaling wisely with the minimum assistance.

Mounted on a fully suspended frame, the Delfast Top 3.0 is fitted with a rear spring shock absorber, a double T fork and 19-inch motorcycle tires. A configuration that invites you to leave the asphalt to go teasing more committed terrain. One of the main technical developments compared to the 2.0 model is the adoption of a Gates carbon belt instead of the chain.

For the rest, the Top 3.0 is a 70 kg juggernaut with a color screen and functions connected via a mobile application. The price of this e-bike is like its extraordinary technical sheet: 6.249 euros. But customers who pre-order before June 30 will pay “only” 5,299 euros.

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