It may appear weird to many – looking like (irony?) a snail on wheels – or visually appealing to those with an open mind who reward those builders who dare to be different.
My personal opinion, better, not worse that many other bikes I have seen in bike shows…
Shell lays on an all aluminum frame, setup is quite interesting with the electric motor placed into the rear wheel, a hub center front steering and a double wishbone suspension. Gas-free operation is via a 12.7 kWh stack of lithium-ion batteries, good for a 124-mile range. To charge the snail it will take you 2 1/2 to 3 hours for a charge of 85% to 90%. The pack is actually developed by Johammer itself, and the company says that 85 percent of the pack’s capacity should remain after four years or a hefty-sounding 124,000 miles.
Colors? If you like pastels… Price? From $32,000 to $34,500 (23,000 to 25,000 euros) Austrian Johammer e-Mobility website is currently down. Will post when going live again