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The electric bike of the future

Bio‑Hybrid Passenger version

Tired of congested streets and struggling to find parking, but still want an individual, swift mode of mobility? The Bio‑Hybrid Passenger is the perfect companion for you. Compact, agile, digital and with intuitive controls. It will bring you swiftly and stylishly to your destination. With the Bio‑Hybrid, you’re a clear trailblazer of a completely new form of eco-friendly urban travel.

Our promise to you

2 persons

2 persons

There’s space for you and one passenger to sit in comfort.

Driving stability

Driving stability

Four wheels deliver exceptional driving stability.

Stowage space

Stowage space

Variable stowage space for business and leisure applications.

Safe

Safe

Enhanced road safety compared to bicycles.

Your city companion

For work, shopping or simply meeting friends – the Bio‑Hybrid Passenger will easily get you anywhere. And there’s room for a passenger, too. For friends, grandparents or the kids. You choose the electrical assist level: fitness or easy mode.

The Bio‑Hybrid Passenger - your recreational companion

Making commuting fun

The average job commute is 30 minutes. Whether you take the car, bus or bike. Or if you’re traveling within your own city or from the office to your home in the surrounding area. With the Bio‑Hybrid, you’ll experience your daily route in a completely new way. And discover the occasional shortcut, too.

The Bio‑Hybrid Passenger - your recreational buddy

Mobile – whatever your age

Physically active but with a flexible electrical assist — particularly when travelling uphill. The Bio‑Hybrid brings seniors the comforts of an electric bike, but it comes with other benefits too: there’s no risk of toppling over thanks to the enhanced driving stability afforded by four wheels, with ergonomically low entry, and comfortable seating for two people. Mobility for two well into older age.

The Bio‑Hybrid Passenger - your recreational companion

Technical data: Passenger

We have not yet finalised the specifications for our series vehicles, so the final data may contain variances. We will also be guided by the statutory framework here.
 


25 km/h *

Top Speed (electr. assisted)

12 liters

Stowage space, luggage compartment

approx. 100 km

Range with 2nd battery

1+1

Occupants

Continuous rated power 250 W *
Top speed (electr. assisted) 25 km/h *
Drive-off assistance up to 6 km/h
Number of motors 2
Battery voltage 48 V
Battery capacity approx. 1.2 kWh, approx. 2.4 kWh with 2nd battery
Range approx. 50 km, approx. 100 km with 2nd battery
Drivetrain Bio‑Hybrid-Pedelec
Gearshift automatic (4 driving modes)
Recuperation yes
Reverse gear yes (electric)
Number of wheels/tires 4
Tires custom-made
Rim size 24 inches
Light LED
Keyless-Go yes
App connection smartphone/smartwatch
Connectivity Wi-Fi/4G/Bluetooth/GPS
Windshield wipers yes
Stowage space, luggage compartment approx. 12 liters (under rear seat)
Length | width | height 2177 mm | 855 mm ** | 1530 mm
Wheelbase 1544 mm
Track width 794 mm
Weight approx. 120 kg ***
Occupants 1+1

* acc. to national legislation

The max. continuous rated power is limited to 250 W in the European Union. The continuous rated power is the system’s highest net power delivered by the drives within a period of 30 minutes, without the temperature increase exceeding a certain figure. The maximum – short-time – peak power can vary upwards in the case of pedelecs.

** excluding mirrors

*** basic configuration


City mobility is changing

Increasing air pollution and the threat of gridlock in our cities, mean more and more people are using alternative forms of mobility. Electrically assisted pedelecs such as the Bio‑Hybrid, represent a logical alternative to the conventional car.

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Fewer people in Germany hold a driver's license

Driver's license numbers falling

Increasingly fewer numbers of young people (18 to 24 years old) in Germany have a driver’s license.

Electric bike market share in Germany

E-bikes ever more popular

2019 was the first year in which more than one million electric bikes were sold in Germany.

Percent in favour of car-free inner cities

The desire for car-free cities

Most young people (14 to 25 years old) would like to see inner city areas become car-free.

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