Pakistan’s e-bikes company joins hands with FedEx for posts delivery in Pakistan which is a big step towards sustainable future in Pakistan.
Recently, Vlektra has collaborated with McDonald’s to deliver orders on e-bikes in an environmentally responsible manner. Vlektra and McDonald’s Pakistan published an image on Instagram with the caption:
“With the help of Vlektra, we will soon be delivering you happiness in an eco-friendly way.”
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People in Pakistan are scrambling to find affordable modes of transportation due to the country’s catastrophic gasoline price inflation at the moment. Even though electric bikes (or “e-bikes”) look like the perfect solution, there aren’t many of them in Pakistan that are wanted enough to cause a significant paradigm change.
Despite having an intriguing selection, one e-bike firm in Pakistan has been operating unnoticed. The business, known as Vlektra, specializes in producing electric bikes with a sporty appearance.
The Bolt, which was already discussed, and the Retro 1969, which has a vintage style from the late 1960s and early 1970s, are examples of variations or distinct Vlektra models. As it just costs Rs250,000, it is also less expensive. There is also the Evo, which is created to order. A prototype of it that resembled a gorgeous heavy bike was also on show at IBA. It is a custom-made bicycle. It is manufactured entirely by hand. Customers may request various additions, and the price will change appropriately, the partner said.
With a 2000-watt electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack, Bolt is an all-electric streetfighter bike. On a full charge, it can travel up to 80 kilometers and top out at 75 kilometers per hour. The bike has a reported 0-60 kph time of just 4 seconds, albeit it is hardly a straight-line speed demon.
A digital information cluster, front and rear disc brakes with ABS and CBS technology, adjustable front suspension, sporty mono-shock rear suspension, DRLs, LED headlights, and taillights are just a few of the many contemporary conveniences it possesses. Bolt costs a staggering Rs. 399,000, not including shipping fees.
Retro is an all-electric brat-scrambler crossover bike with a 1500-watt electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack. It has a similar driving range of up to 80 kilometers on a full charge, and a claimed 0-60 kph time of just around 4.5 seconds. Compared to Bolt, Retro is a lighter bike, which makes its daily drive and maneuverability easier.
It also has similar modern features such as a digital information cluster, front and rear disc brakes with ABS and CBS technology, adjustable front and rear shock absorbers, DRLs, LED headlights, taillights, etc. Retro has a relatively cheaper price tag of Rs. 249,000, excluding delivery charges.
The company’s Retro 1969 is and amazing electric bike with vintage look. The lighter weight body parts and the design allows easy and seamless driving experience while looking amazing. The bike some great features:
- 0-60 acceleration in less than 4 seconds
- 80 kilometers on average of range per charge
- Brakes with two discs on both the front and rear wheels
- Systems with digital meters and CBS
- Completely electric and requires no gasoline
- Cost of a full charge is Rs.
- No tune-up, no oil change, and no filter change
- no engine, clutch, gearbox, or exhaust
- Zero upkeep and fewer parts
- five-year lithium-ion battery life
- 2000w electric-motor, app-based monitoring device with a retro aesthetic that turns heads everywhere.
- Lighter body parts provide effortless driving while maintaining a stunning appearance.