CAKE, a Swedish electric mobility startup, has recently introduced some innovative new products. The business just released a limited-edition Kalk enduro electric bike designed exclusively for anti-poaching efforts in Africa.
For the 2022 model year, CAKE has introduced a new Work Edition model selection for customers who rely on their motorbikes, as well as to encourage greener, more sustainable mobility. The Ösa, Kalk, and Makka will be available with a specific Work Edition option for craftsmen and tradesmen who wish to use their CAKE vehicles in their area of work, as seen at EICMA 2021.
The CAKE Ösa Work has all of the same practical features as the normal Ösa, but because of its bigger battery, it has a greater range and performance. The Ösa Work's battery, according to CAKE, can provide 100 miles of range on a single charge.
Furthermore, the machine may be utilized as a portable workbench because of the power outlets built into its design. This increases the versatility of the Ösa Work by allowing it to reach a longer distance and give longer-lasting energy to the equipment.
The CAKE Makka was introduced in September 2021 as the company's entry-level electric scooter. It also receives a new Work edition, which doubles the battery capacity over the original model. Thanks to attachment places for baggage racks and other equipment, its sturdy design enables you to transport a wide range of tools, equipment, and items.
You can also charge your devices while driving thanks to USB and 12V plugs. The Makka also has two riding modes: Flex, which focuses on speed, and Range, which optimizes battery performance for up to 70 miles per charge. The off-road-focused Kalk will also be released as part of the Work series.
The Kalk Work is really a formidable off-roader, as shown by the inaugural Kalk-exclusive racing series held in August 2021. However, upgraded performance and range give a better result. The Kalk Work, according to CAKE, is suitable for security jobs like monitoring and patrolling.