Polaris eBikes has put together a snappy new ebike for limited consumption - the Diesel TiO DL818.  Besides the slick paint job, the bike has a 750W Evantage DuoDrive™, can go 25 mph, has a 3-4 hour charge time and weighs around 60lbs.

Here are some of the component specs:

Deisel TiO drivetrain detail

Deisel TiO drivetrain detail

FRAME 6061 T-6 Alloy
COLOR Titanium Oxide Limited Edition
FORK Magura MT6 with lockout and rebound dampening
STEM Spank OOZY 40mm x 31.8
HANDLEBAR Spank OOZY 763 mm x 31.8, 20mm rise
HEADSET Neco 1 1/8
CRANK Suntour
BRAKES Magura MT2E Hydraulic Disk Brakes
ROTORS Magura 180mm
SHIFTER Sram x4 trigger 8 speed
REAR DERAILLEUR SRAM X7
WHEELSET ALEX RIMS FR30 650 B
TIRES KENDA 650 B Trail Tire
SEATPOST ZOOM 30.9 X 350MM
SADDLE Spank Subrosa Saddle
GRIPS Spank Lock On Grips
PEDALS Spank OOZY
WEIGHT 60 Lbs

The bike is produced under license by Evantage USA, the manufacturers of the drivetrain.  From Evantage's site:

Evantage USA, a licensing partner with Polaris® Industries, combines cutting edge proprietary technology with innovative designs for the light electric vehicle market. The Polaris® electric bicycle provides our customers with a streamlined vehicle that can be used for recreation, commuting and exercise. At Polaris® eBikes, we believe in creating products that look towards the future.

For over 60 years, Polaris® Industries has been at the constant forefront of recreational vehicle production – From ATVs and Snowmobiles, to Motorcycles and Military vehicles. Now, combining their industry standard of excellence with the proprietary Evantage™ Motor System, we bring you the new leader in electric bicycles.

Evantage DuoDrive system

Evantage DuoDrive system

The Evantage drive system is really the heart of the bike.  It's a system that gives you active gearing, motor regulation that is controlled by the cadence and trail conditions, a few very interesting modes of regen that are particularly bicycle-specific, and an interesting feature called "Biosync" which monitors the rider's power output.  Read more about the Evantage drive here: Evantage DuoDrive Tech.