This bicycle can run assisted for three hours continuously, and travel about 45 km. The remaining is continually monitored, and once the power is switched on, the battery can recharge automatically if it gets low. This bicycle isn’t yet scheduled for commercial release, but it’s currently being field-tested at has a 60-watt pure- . It uses hydrogen cartridges developed by Iwatani. This
The thing I do like is the concept of in vehicles, I don’t understand why It’s not popular. I think It’s important for these companies to get a good product designers. I do realize that this is just a prototype. I hope they keep working on it.