KLEMENT: Images of ŠKODA’s innovative, all-electric two-wheel concept at EUROBIKE 2019

› ŠKODA’s premiere appearance at EUROBIKE bike fair in Friedrichshafen
› Easy to operate thanks to innovative, integrated control of accelerator and brake, and 4 kW hub motor with recuperation
› Front hydraulic brake with ABS and new lighting concept for maximum safety

Mladá Boleslav/Friedrichshafen, 4 September 2019 – With the two-wheel concept KLEMENT, ŠKODA presents its vision of the future of sustainable micro-mobility in modern cities at the international bike trade fair EUROBIKE in Friedrichshafen, Germany. ŠKODA is showcasing the all-electric two-wheel concept KLEMENT with integrated 4 kW wheel hub motor and innovative handling at the BFO Mobility stand.

The wheel hub motor on the rear wheel has an output of up to 4 kW with a top speed of 45 km/h (28mph). The two Li-ion batteries with 52 cells each have a total capacity of 1,250 Wh – enough for a range of up to 62 kilometres. The batteries can easily be removed and can be charged by plugging into a standard socket and while riding through energy recuperation. For optimum safety, the KLEMENT is equipped with a front hydraulic brake with ABS and modern LED lights.
A future mass-production version of the KLEMENT could feature many other ideas, including driver assistance systems, ‘functions-on-demand’ and special foam tyres made of the insulating material used in running shoes to provide a comfortable and quiet riding experience.
EUROBIKE is the world’s most important bike trade fair with around 1,400 exhibitors. This year, Friedrichshafen is hosting the show, and the halls are open to trade visitors from 4 to 6 September and the general public on 7 September.
Further information on the trade fair appearance of the innovative two-wheel concept can be found on the ŠKODA Storyboard.

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