This electric bike offers more than 320 km of autonomy and spins at 80 km / h

Equipped with a 3.200 mAh battery and a 3.000W motor, the Delfast Top 3.0 announces exceptional performance and autonomy.

Do not rely on its air of motorcycle enduro, the Delfast Top 3.0 is indeed an electric bike . It is even one of the most powerful in its class with its 3.000W motor which allows it to reach 80 km / h and a torque of 182 Nm which promises breathtaking accelerations. In order to meet European standards, Delfast claims to have integrated a pedaling assistance mode with a speed / power of 25 km / h / 250W. But to use the “no limit” mode of the VAE, it will have to be registered as a motor vehicle, specifies the manufacturer.

With this third generation of VAE , Delfast always plays the excess by announcing up to 320 km of autonomy thanks to a Panasonic 72V / 48Ah battery of 3.200 mAh. Obviously, we will not cover such a distance using the integrated accelerator but rather by pedaling wisely with assistance at a minimum.

An electric motorcycle configuration disguised as a VAE

Mounted on a fully suspended frame, the Delfast Top 3.0 is fitted with a rear spring shock absorber, a double T fork and 19-inch motorcycle tires . A configuration that invites you to leave the asphalt to go teasing more committed terrain. One of the main technical developments compared to the 2.0 model is the adoption of a Gates carbon belt instead of the chain.

For the rest, the Top 3.0 is a 70 kg juggernaut with a color screen and functions connected via a mobile application. The price of this e-bike is like its extraordinary technical sheet: 6.249 euros. But customers who pre-order before June 30 will pay “only” 5,299 euros.