Rolls Royce EVTOL flying engine

Rolls Royce debuted its EVTOL (Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing) concept in digital form at the Farnborough Airshow.

The system relies on 6 rotors that offer vertical and horizontal propulsion with a total of 500 kW electric power. The system includes a M250 engine, so it can be easily filled at airports.

The EVTOL can fly at speeds of 250 mph!

Data and Image courtesy: CNET – Rolls Royce EVTOL flying taxi

E-Bikes: Verve+ by Trek

Comparing to different pre-made E-bikes, Verve+ is one of the cheapest solutions at a mere $2,300.

Adding a battery and electronic drive system usually costs much more for a functional & lasting E-bike. The Verve+ can boosts to speed of 20 mph or 32 kmph and can have a maximum weight of 300 pounds!

The bike is fitted with Bosch products such as:

Bosch Active Line Motor: It offers 40 Nm of torque and the right amount of support for a smooth ride. The motor is 250-Watts.
Bosch Powerpack: The lithium-ion battery is 400 Wh. It can be charged halfway (50%) in only 1.5 hours, while the full charge takes up to 3.5 hours. It is easy to remove and replace.
Bosch Purion Display: Below you can see the picture of the Purion display with a fully functional speedometer, service interval and battery charge indicator.

The wheel rims are Bontrager connection alloy, 32h, while the tires are Bontrager H5 Hard-case Ultimate 700 x 45 c.

The bike is 9 speed with Bontrager saddle, grips, stem and pedals. Read more information here.

Data & Image Courtesy: Verve+ by Trek