Skoda Klement is an electric two-wheel bike that has seeped into the bright future of micro mobility. It gives a super comfortable ride to the riders as the rider’s feet rest on fixed pedals that are located at the place where usually a bottom bracket is placed. 

Klement is equipped with an integrated 4-kW rear hub motor that accelerates up to 45 km/h. The pivoting pedals and a hydraulic brake at the front equipped with ABS and regenerative braking at the rear wheel of Klement is responsible for starting and stopping or throttling and braking process. 

The Klement owns two lithium-ion batteries, each featuring 52 cells, have a total capacity of 1,250 watt that covers up to 62 km. These batteries can be easily removed and charged using a household plug socket. They can also be recharged while riding and the credit goes to the brake energy recuperation. It is super lightweight 25 kg with a majestical features. Thus, making it the Klement easy to manoeuvre every time you ride.

The vision of Klement states, “ A sustainable, innovative, electric and with a pure, modern design. The KLEMENT is a state-of-the-art, dynamic and easy-to-use vehicle, and allows the ŠKODA brand to further appeal to a younger target group with a heightened sense of environmental awareness.” Luckily, agile vehicles like the Klement make the daily commute to work in densely populated urban areas easier.

Riders accelerate and apply the brakes by tilting the foot pedals, just like they would do for hoverboards. If the users shift their weight towards the pedal, Klement’s hub motor accelerates. If the pedals pivot backwards, a hydraulic disc brake at the front equipped with ABS is activated owing to the regenerative braking system at the rear wheel.

Interesting Add Ons

This e-bike comes with marvellous add ons to make an epic riding experience for the riders. It is integrated with a secure light system that includes LED headlight and brake light, LED indicators are installed into the pedals as well as a daytime running light. Moreover it has a smartphone holder with an inductive charging is located on the crossbar located behind the handlebars. 

Klement is controlled through a mobile app. Smartphones are used to link the Klement to all of the modern connectivity solutions offered by Skoda, such as the Coming Home function, the automatically triggered Emergency Call as well as remote diagnostics and maintenance. For the better security owners can also programme a restricted area of use through Geofencing. 

Many additional features will be included in a future production including assistance systems, function on demand or special mousse tyres equipped with shock absorbers to combat with the bumpy roads. 

When Concepts Mingle with Science “Klement” is the Product 

Klement has taken the riding experience to the next level by offering a very smooth, relaxing and a safe ride. This is a concept bike so it’ll bug you a little, for instance, a little lag is expected while accelerating and braking. It is a great alternative for daily commuting as it assists in achieving a pollution-free city, it’s convenient which some may call lazy, but it’s not for exercising, it’s purely for reaching destinations in a blink of an eye.

Micro Mobility Has Taken a Step Further with Klement 

Skoda is the reason of introducing a two-wheel concept for sustainable and contemporary micro mobility. It has combined a flawless design with a creative technology and effortless handling. Besides, it has offered the riders with an insight into the car manufacturer’s vision for the future of micro mobility.

Some Specs of Skoda Klement Electric Bike

  • Max Speed: 45 km/h
  • Product Weight: 25 kg
  • Battery: 1,250 W Li-ion 
  • Range (per charge): 62 km per charge
  • Foldable or not: No
  • Mobile APP: Yes 
  • Color: Black
PROS

  • A super lightweight bike
  • Covers a long distance in single charge
  • Has a maximum speed of 45km/h
  • Includes an LED headlight and brake light,
  • Owns a LED indicators integrated into the pedals 
  • Equipped with daytime running light
  • Has a smartphone holder with inductive charging 
  • Owns a mobile app
  • Owners can programme a restricted area of use through Geofencing

CONS

  • Available only in one color 
  • Not a foldable bike
  • A little lag is expected while accelerating and braking

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CONCLUSION

What makes Klement unique than the rest of e-bikes is the comfort level it provides to its riders with the spectacular features of speed, distance it covers, battery quality. Besides such royal features it is super lightweight making it compatible even for the aged people. 

If you can compromise on the fact that it is not a foldable e-bike then you are left with no other reasons to ignore a bike like this one