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Lamborghini gets into the e-bike business

Lamborghini gets into the e-bi...
The e-bikes were  announced at the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese
The e-bikes were  announced at the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese
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Both e-bikes were reportedly conceived, designed and built entirely in Italy
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Both e-bikes were reportedly conceived, designed and built entirely in Italy
The e-bikes were  announced at the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese
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The e-bikes were  announced at the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese

On at least a couple of occasions, Lamborghini has collaborated with bicycle manufacturers to create high-end racing bikes. Now, the automaker has teamed up with Italian company Italtechnology to produce a line of Lamborghini-branded e-bikes.

Recently announced at the Lamborghini museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese, the E-Bikes by Italtechnology for Automobili Lamborghini currently consist of two models – a mountain bike and a road bike (the provided photos only show the mountain bike).

We're still waiting to hear back from the company regarding specs, although the road bike is described as being designed for "customers who want ultimate performance on the road, with a bike that can quickly reach the maximum speed allowed by current regulations."

Both e-bikes were reportedly conceived, designed and built entirely in Italy
Both e-bikes were reportedly conceived, designed and built entirely in Italy

Both e-bikes were reportedly conceived, designed and built entirely in Italy, are the result of over five years of research, and feature four international patents.

They should be available online and through select international retailers beginning next month. Buyers who order through the company's Ad Personam program will be able to select custom paint colors that are ordinarily reserved for Lamborghini automobiles.

Source: Lamborghini

1 comment
Mayakovski
Just plain old Fugly. "Both e-bikes were reportedly conceived, designed and built entirely in Italy, are the result of over five years of research" WOW, what a waste. Wonder if it will do any better than there motorbike did (or more accurately, didn't).