Hello, dear readers and riders! Can you believe it’s already August? Time flies when you’re behind the handlebars. This week’s EV news roundup spotlights some pretty intriguing stories, including a new e-Bike that tracks air pollution in real-time, a sleek e-Motorcycle concept from an innovative Spanish designer, fully-customizable electric Mokes, and an e-Bike trailer that’s sure to enhance your next camping trip. If you want to voice your opinions or send us a story you’d like us to cover, hit us up at stephanie@thevintagent.com. Let’s roll.

The New Noordung e-Bike Fuses Music and Eco-Consciousness

The Noordung eBike rocks tunes. [Noordung]

Passionate about music? More importantly, do you want to combat climate control? If so, the sleek new e-bike from Noordung is definitely your cup of sustainable tea. Outfitted with a boombox that features four built-in speakers, Noordung’s new e-Bike allows riders to enjoy their favorite tunes while on the go. Better yet, the e-Bike’s PM 2.5 and PM 10 particle sensors allow riders to record air quality changes in real-time via an intuitive app.

This Sexy New e-Motorcycle is an All-In-One Cruiser, Café, and Dragster

The Wayra EV-03 is way long, like a bevel-drive Ducati twin of the 1970s, and packs interesting technology. [Wayra]

Spanish designer Pablo Baranoff Dorn is bringing sexy back in a sleekly sophisticated way. His new e-Moto concept, called the WAYRA EV-03, is a ruggedly elegant motorcycle inspired by the perfect balance of nostalgia, distinctive design, and cult classics. Packed with personality, the WAYRA EV-03’s design tips its hat to the heritage of cruiser-length and fat bikes, while also having the subtle nuisances of café aesthetics. Featuring a curved body that hugs the tank, low-slung rider positioning, and an onboard display with retro-inspired digital typeface, the WAYRA EV-03 is ahead of the EV curve when it comes to form and function.

Meet the New All-Electric Moke

Mokes! An iconic beach vehicle, now with 100% less noise. [Moke]

Moke America recently put a new spin on the 1960s classic cruiser by making it entirely electric. Exclusively available in the US, the new e-Moke features a bigger, wider, and sturdier 2,300- pound design than its predecessors. Furthermore, these electric Mokes are fully customizable and outfitted with 13 to 14-inch wheels. Riders can choose their own seats, colors, steering wheel, and additional features. The EVs can reach a full charge within eight hours via a 110 outlet, reach max speeds of 25mph, and are priced at $21,975.

Former HD Assembly Plant Will Now Manufacturer e-Rickshaws

Mayuri electric rickshaws will be built in this former H-D assembly plant in India. [Economic Times]

An India-based assembly plant that was formerly used to assemble Harley-Davidson motorcycles will now be rolling out Mayuri e-Rickshaws. Saera Electric, the plant’s new owner, will use the space to assemble all-electric rickshaws. The company plans to start producing electric two- wheelers at the site next year. Sono Motor’s New Sion Charges Itself Sono Motor’s new electric car, the Sion, harnesses the power of the sun to charge itself. Outfitted with nearly 500 half cells that are seamlessly integrated into the vehicle’s body, the Sion is fully self-sufficient on short-distance trips. With a range of up to 189 miles, the Sion can also be used as a sustainable power plant for your home for up to five days.

This e-Bike Camper Makes Any Solo Outdoor Adventure Comfortable

“Martha, Martha, I love you can’t you see?” (Tom Waits). Got an eBike? Wanna go camping in comfort? Here you go. [Maxmess Design]

Don’t have the budget or space for a massive RV? You might want to scoop up the new Martha e-Bike trailer from Maxmess Design. Thanks to its multi-functionality, the Martha trailer offers downsized camping comfort. Crafted completely from aluminum, the single-person trailer features a solar-connected battery, skylight, electrical command center, and more.

Fresh Funds

• GM sold $2.25 billion worth of green bonds.

• EV conversion startup Everrati received an investment from former Nest CEO Matt Rogers.




Stephanie Weaver is the EV Editor at The Vintagent, and a Philadelphia-based freelance writer. When she’s not locked to her laptop, she can be found riding horses and motorcycles.
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