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Bio-Hybrid

Schaeffler in the form of the Bio-Hybrid has created a new vehicle category that makes headlines around the world. Here’s a selection of exciting publications about our product.

Stern Extra 2018-13

07/30/2018 — Stern

A clean achievement

Cargo bikes assisted by electric motors are evolving into a create alternative in urban transportation (German article)

Schaeffler tomorrow 2017-02

02/15/2017 — Schaeffler tomorrow

From the draisine to the bio-hybrid

Karl Drais invented the archetype of the bicycle 200 years ago – today, some pedal-powered vehicles are exceedingly complex high-tech devices. A time journey. (German article)

Fully Charged

11/30/2016 — Fully Charged Show

Bio-Hybrid. This is a Fully Charged exclusive!

Not something that has ever happened before. We present the prototype Schaeffler Bio-Hybrid personal transport system. A pedal assist car? A four wheeled bike?

AMS 2018-12

12/13/2018 — auto motor und sport

Pedal car assisted by an electric motor

CES 2019: Automotive supplier Schaeffler will unveil a Bio-Hybrid Concept at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. The small city vehicle uses an electrically assisted pedal drive. (German article)

VisionMobility 2018-12

12/11/2018 — VISION mobility

CES 2019: Schaeffler announces initial details of the Bio-Hybrid

The independent subsidiary, Bio-Hybrid GmbH, intends to make the four-wheel vehicle the “i-Phone” among pedelecs. Near-production vehicles at the trade show. (German article)

Welt 2018-12

12/11/2018 — Welt.de

Schaeffler Bio-Hybrid

Schaeffler’s Bio-Hybrid ranges somewhere between a bicycle and a small car. From 2020 on, it is supposed to make big city traffic eco-friendlier. (German article)

FAZ 01-2019

01/07/2019 — Frankfurter Allgemeine

Breaking new ground in substantial style

The future of the internal combustion engine is uncertain. This affects automotive supplier Schaeffler as well. Consequently, the company now intends to build pedelecs. Its chief technology officer feels that the automobile is too slow in many cases. (German article)