Lectric reveals the XP Lite, a cheaper, portable e-bike
Lectric has unveiled the XP Lite e-bike, which the company claims is one of the most portable electric bicycles on the market. The XP Lite weighs 46 lbs (~21 kg) and is part of the XP series, a range of affordable and comfortable e-bikes from Lectric.
The XP Lite has a 48 V, 7.8 Ah battery that charges in four to six hours. The battery has a range of up to 40 miles (~64 km). The bike is also equipped with a 300 W rear motor that peaks at 720 W. The motor provides five levels of pedal assist up to 20 mph (~32 kph).
When folded, the bike measures 36 x 16 x 26-in (~91 x 41 x 66 cm), which Lectric says makes it easy to store under your desk or at home. The bike measures 63 x 25 x 41.5-in (~160 x 64 x 105 cm) when unfolded and can support a load up to 275 lbs (~125 kg).
The bike features a hidden swappable battery compartment and a backlit, heads-up LCD display that shows journey insights and battery level. The vehicle is IP65 water-resistant and fitted with front and rear lights, meaning you can travel in any weather.
You can currently buy the XP Lite e-bike for the discounted rate of US$799. The bicycle normally retails for US$899 and comes in four colors: Arctic White, Midnight Black, Lectric Blue, and Sandstorm. At present, the bike is only available in the US and Canada.