A little toy from a beloved classic car could be a great gift for the new year.
That’s the thinking behind this Electric Bike, which is basically a modified car that could be used for riding.
The company behind the design, Wurster, calls the new bike “a fully electric motorcycle that runs on electric motors.”
The company is currently developing prototypes and hopes to get a production version into production by the end of the year.
The bike is designed to be able to handle up to 60 miles per hour.
And, as its name suggests, the bike’s design is inspired by a classic car, too.
Wursters prototype uses a conventional electric motor to propel the bike, which runs on a conventional battery, which the company says can sustain the battery for up to 40,000 miles.
Würster claims the battery is rated for 100,000 trips.
The prototype bike is made of a lightweight steel frame that can be customized to suit any size rider.
The frame is made from a single piece of aluminum, and the bike has a built-in brake system, as well as a steering rack, and pedals.
Wüster says the bike will be able operate at up to 80 mph, and it will weigh in at just over 700 pounds.
Wurtz says the new electric bike is expected to go on sale in late 2017.
We’ll keep you posted on the project’s progress.