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Mahindra-Owned Pininfarina Designed PF40 Electric Bike At EUR 13.4k (Rs 12 L)

Dutch premium electric moped firm Eysing has revealed the new PF40, which gives the firm’s retro-infused machine an Italian design twist.

Electric bikes are arising in current times with the recognition of 2W EVs on the rise. Electric scooters still offer quite a lot of flexibility when it comes to packaging, although. That said, we don’t often see too many retro-futuristic electric bikes. Sure design elements decades earlier than are being incorporated.

What if you wished an electric bike with almost a century-old design language? One thing that will offer something beyond just 2 wheels pushed by an electric motor? That’s the place Eysing PF40 electric bike is available in. This bike is designed by none other than Mahindra-owned Pininfarina. Let’s have a look.

 

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New Pininfarina Designed Eysing PF40

To design this blast from the past, Pininfarina primarily based this build on an Eysing Pioneer electric moped. Eysing is a Dutch electric moped manufacturing firm that builds its automobiles by hand. The company is based out of Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands.

Eysing electric moped range begins from 7070 Euro for the Pioneer Original, 7790 Euro for Pioneer S Sport, 9160 Euro for Pioneer S Exclusive, 10,110 Euro for Tailor Made Original and topping up the range, we have now Pininfarina PF40 which prices a whopping 13,780 Euro (approx Rs. 12 lakh).

 

 

Pininfarina PF40 looks probably the most radical and is the only one to get alloy wheels while the rest of the range will get spoked wheels. These wheels are shod with vertically ribbed tyres that look retro and classy. PF40 gets a different headlight cowl surrounding its round headlights that get LEDs and a redesigned front fender that looks minimal.

PF40 is the one one to feature a futuristic-shaped fuel tank and an extra storage element on the bottom. Rest of the Pioneer lineup makes do with a conventional teardrop-shaped fuel tank. This fuel tank is a design aesthetic and doesn’t maintain gasoline, though.

 

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Specs & Features

Pininfarina designed Eysing PF40 electric moped comes outfitted with a 1.72 kWh battery pack that’s able to covering up to 100 km of range from a single cost. This is a 48V system that powers the two kW motor. This motor is capable of taking this electric moped to speeds up to 45 km/h. This means that in Europe, one doesn’t require a motorbike license.

 

 

Charging times are pegged at 8 hours from a regular charger and 4 hours from a fast charger. PF40 weighs simply 60 kg and has a maximum payload of 110 kg. Both brakes are drum and only the front is suspended whereas the rear is saved rigid. For 13,780 EUR, it’s fairly expensive for what it packs. But as a bit of art that it’s, it’s well worth it.

 

Read Also : Ola Electric Scooter To Beat Honda Activa In Gross sales By Aug 2023

 

Mahindra-Owned Pininfarina Designed PF40 Electric Bike At EUR 13.4k (Rs 12 L)

Dutch premium electric moped firm Eysing has revealed the new PF40, which gives the firm’s retro-infused machine an Italian design twist.

Electric bikes are arising in current times with the recognition of 2W EVs on the rise. Electric scooters still offer quite a lot of flexibility when it comes to packaging, although. That said, we don’t often see too many retro-futuristic electric bikes. Sure design elements decades earlier than are being incorporated.

What if you wished an electric bike with almost a century-old design language? One thing that will offer something beyond just 2 wheels pushed by an electric motor? That’s the place Eysing PF40 electric bike is available in. This bike is designed by none other than Mahindra-owned Pininfarina. Let’s have a look.

 

Read Also : Find Bike Dealers and Showrooms in Your City

 

New Pininfarina Designed Eysing PF40

To design this blast from the past, Pininfarina primarily based this build on an Eysing Pioneer electric moped. Eysing is a Dutch electric moped manufacturing firm that builds its automobiles by hand. The company is based out of Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands.

Eysing electric moped range begins from 7070 Euro for the Pioneer Original, 7790 Euro for Pioneer S Sport, 9160 Euro for Pioneer S Exclusive, 10,110 Euro for Tailor Made Original and topping up the range, we have now Pininfarina PF40 which prices a whopping 13,780 Euro (approx Rs. 12 lakh).

 

 

Pininfarina PF40 looks probably the most radical and is the only one to get alloy wheels while the rest of the range will get spoked wheels. These wheels are shod with vertically ribbed tyres that look retro and classy. PF40 gets a different headlight cowl surrounding its round headlights that get LEDs and a redesigned front fender that looks minimal.

PF40 is the one one to feature a futuristic-shaped fuel tank and an extra storage element on the bottom. Rest of the Pioneer lineup makes do with a conventional teardrop-shaped fuel tank. This fuel tank is a design aesthetic and doesn’t maintain gasoline, though.

 

You may also like: Upcoming Bikes in India

Specs & Features

Pininfarina designed Eysing PF40 electric moped comes outfitted with a 1.72 kWh battery pack that’s able to covering up to 100 km of range from a single cost. This is a 48V system that powers the two kW motor. This motor is capable of taking this electric moped to speeds up to 45 km/h. This means that in Europe, one doesn’t require a motorbike license.

 

 

Charging times are pegged at 8 hours from a regular charger and 4 hours from a fast charger. PF40 weighs simply 60 kg and has a maximum payload of 110 kg. Both brakes are drum and only the front is suspended whereas the rear is saved rigid. For 13,780 EUR, it’s fairly expensive for what it packs. But as a bit of art that it’s, it’s well worth it.

 

Read Also : Ola Electric Scooter To Beat Honda Activa In Gross sales By Aug 2023

 

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