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NOVUS

NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
NOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range59 miles
Charge Time1.5 hours
Power14 kW (18.8 hp)
Price$34.000
made in Germany  

Specifications

BrandNOVUS
ModelNOVUS
SpeedMotorcycle
Power14 kW (18.8 hp)
Weight84 lbs
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cycles
Range59 miles
Charge Time1.5 hours
80% after 1 hours
 
 

2020 NOVUS models

NOVUSNOVUS electric moped bike 14,000 watt 100
$34.000
18650 Lithium
59 miles
 

Sales Department

Weidig & Renger eBike GBR
Hagenring 7
38106 Braunschweig
Germany

Email: info@novusbike.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/novus.ebike.3

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