Greyp introduces its new G12H e-bike with a range of 150 miles on a single charge.
Rimac, the same company responsible for the electric Concept_One supercar, is also in the business of building e-bikes, in case you didn’t know. They call this newly-formed company Greyp, and this week Greyp unveiled an updated version of its lovely G12.
It’s called the G12H, and features a new 3kWh battery pack with an estimated range of 240 kilometers (150 miles) on a single charge. That new battery is a healthy upgrade over the 1.5kWh pack and just 120 kilometers (75 miles) of range found on the standard G12.
“The time has come to share our hard work around upcoming G12H,” said Greyp COO Kresimir Hlede. “Range and capacity of the battery will depend on the configuration of the bike, but the range will be able to go up 240 km and capacity up to 3kWh. I am proud to see our product has grand capabilities and, by the end of this year, is going to be ready to obliterate any competition."
With a top speed of 45 kmh (28 mph), the G12H isn’t the fastest bike in the range — that title goes to the 70 kmh (44 mph) G12S. But even though it may not be a speed demon, the G12H's updated range and a new design should be enough to entice fans of the electric two-wheeler. It comes finished in a handsome grey and yellow design, a more subtle look than the bright yellow found on the G12S.
Greyp hasn’t given word as to pricing of this new bike, but with the G12S’ starting price of €8,380 ($9,525), don’t expect this new one to be much cheaper, if at all. For now, you can catch it on display at Intermit Cologne over the weekend before it officially goes on sale sometime in the next few months.