From Mini Cooper to Cooper Bikes, the new British technological innovation comes with 4 models
The company that introduced the Mini Cooper is boldly entering the two-wheeled electric car market. Cooper Bikes, a division of the British carmaker, has launched four models equipped with a Zehus Gen2 engine system and KERS technology.
Formula 1 cars use this technology to charge batteries, collecting the energy generated by the braking. Cooper two-wheeled vehicles work similarly, while the batteries are charged when braking or when the pedals are turned back.
The power unit charges 100% in just three hours, while the maximum speed is 25 km / h. Although KERS technology in theory offers unlimited autonomy, the company declares 60 kilometers of distance with a single charge.
The four bikes are Cooper CS-1E, Cooper CG-7E, Cooper CL-7E and Cooper CR-7E and prices start from € 2,399.