Noordung e-bike revealed with air pollution sensors, Bluetooth speakers and power bank
The Noordung e-bike has been unveiled at EuroBike 2022. The pedelec has many unusual features, such as PM 2.5 and PM 10 particle sensors, fitted inside the Noordung Boombox. The sensors track air pollution, which the company says will allow you to contribute to a “decentralized air pollution data network”.
You can also view the air pollution information in an accompanying app and plan routes with the freshest air. The detachable Noordung Boombox, weighing 3.5 kg (~7.7 lbs), includes four speakers, producing a high-fidelity sound. You can connect to the sound system via Bluetooth, and the gadget doubles as a power bank for you to charge your devices.
The pedelec is fitted with an electric hub motor, which the company claims is exceptionally light and quiet. You can choose to ride with or without assistance from the engine, and the bike’s 300 Wh battery can provide up to 60 km (~37.3 miles) assisted range. You can fully charge the cycle in around three hours using the 100 W Noordung charger.
An integrated electronic lock and smartphone mount are fitted to the bike, and you can control the pedelec with intuitive one-button settings. The e-bike’s frame is made of carbon fibre; without the boombox, the bike weighs 17.3 kg (~38.1 lbs). You can pre-order the bike now for €6,990 (~US$7,158).