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Fiido next-gen E-MTB, scooter and 'two-wheeled SUV' teased at new website launch

A potentially upcoming "heavy-duty" e-bike. (Source: Fiido)
A potentially upcoming "heavy-duty" e-bike. (Source: Fiido)
Fiido has announced that it will start the new year with a new website, which comes with hints as to the launch of a whole new range of electric bikes, some of which may come in brand-first form-factors. They include one touted to come with a display of unprecedented upgrades; a first-gen mountain-style vehicle and something with "bigger wheels, bigger power and bigger adventure".

Fiido has announced that it has built itself a new website for its 2023 business. It looks arguably cleaner and more moderm already, and contains links to products such as its Beast e-scooter from the main page. Scrolling down also reveals a teaser for the OEM's first-ever app, rated to come soon to iOS at least with new features such as remote unlocking for paired bikes.

They may be compatble with Fiido's 2023 product line-up, such as the K1, which may be a new childrens' bike; a Q2 seat-only scooter that might sell for ~US$1,599; a C21 touted to come with a "meter" unlike any that has gone before it, and as a new "carbon e-bike" backed to offer "many unexpected and innovative features" in a 13kg frame.

Accordingly, it might be outweighed considerably by an intrguing new variant with a flat front rack as well as a wood-faced rear-mounted one touted to launch as a 2-wheeled answer to "heavy-duty SUVs". However, it seems the new Fiido "E-MTB" with a build to match that name may be first to launch in 2023.

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Fiido hints at what's new for 2023. (Source: Fiido)
Fiido hints at what's new for 2023. (Source: Fiido)
 

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-01- 9 (Update: 2023-04-12)