Three-wheeled electric Rapid Responder reports for duty at Eugene's Fire Dept

Last November, General Motors said it would start making electric bicycles, and it announced a crowdsourcing campaign to come up with a brand name. Today, the automaker released the winning name — Ariv, pronounced like “arrive” — and said it would start taking orders in select countries in Europe. the Meld, a compact e-bike, and the Merge, a folding e-bike GM says it will manufacture two models under the new Ariv brand name: the Meld, a compact e-bike, and the Merge, a folding e-bike. GM is still keeping most of the specs under wraps, but it did say the bikes’ motors will enable speeds up to 25 km/h (15.5 mph) with four levels of pedal-assisted power. Riders can charge their e-bike’s battery in approximately 3.5 hours and receive up to... Continue reading…

Three-wheeled electric Rapid Responder reports for duty at Eugene's Fire Dept

Oregon's Arcimoto has unveiled a new variant of its battery electric three-wheeler that's aimed squarely at emergency, security and law enforcement services. The Rapid Responder is due ...

Thu 21 Feb 19 from Gizmag

General Motors wheels out its first commuter-focused e-bikes

After teasing its first line of e-bikes in November last year, General Motors has today gone for the full reveal, showing off a pair of compact two-wheelers powered by an in-house purpose ...

Fri 15 Feb 19 from Gizmag

GM's Ar?v electric bikes are launching in Europe first

GM has officially launched the compact and folding electric bikes it unveiled last year under the brand name "Ar?v." The automaker hosted a $10,000 naming contest for the ...

Wed 20 Feb 19 from Engadget

Valentine's Day treat: 'Romance mode' puts a roaring fire inside your Tesla

Build a roaring fire right in your car -- with sexy music to go with it. Even the seat warmers turn on.        

Thu 14 Feb 19 from USA today

Lightning Motorcycle teases the forthcoming Strike's electric motor - Roadshow

The Strike could be poised to make things very tough on the likes of Zero and Harley-Davidson when it launches next month.

Thu 14 Feb 19 from CNET

Everything you need to know about GM’s new electric bikes

General Motors announced last year it was getting into the electric bike business. But besides a crowdsourcing name competition and a few teasers, details were scant. Now, GM has given this ...

Thu 14 Feb 19 from TechCrunch

General Motors Starts Taking Orders for Its First Electric Bike

General Motors is reimagining future transportation with its first AR?V electric bike brand. In November 2018, General Motors held a global crowdfunding campaign for its new eBike brand. After ...

Thu 14 Feb 19 from Geek.com

GM's first electric bicycles are available to pre-order today

Ford isn't the only car company experimenting with a few strange product ideas - General Motors (GM) has been doing the same.

Thu 14 Feb 19 from Techspot

GM's electric bikes branded 'Ariv,' offer 40 miles of range - Roadshow

The bicycles launch in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Thu 14 Feb 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

General Motors starts taking orders for its first e-bike

Last November, General Motors said it would start making electric bicycles, and it announced a crowdsourcing campaign to come up with a brand name. Today, the automaker released ...

Thu 14 Feb 19 from The Verge

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