DJI’s E-Bike Specs Leaked: A Deep Dive into the Drone Giant’s Cycling Venture

OsitaLV on Twitter has leaked detailed specifications of DJI's upcoming e-bike components, revealing the drone manufacturer's ambitious plans for the electric bicycle market. Let's break down these specs and what they might mean for cyclists.

High-Performance Assist Unit

The core of DJI's e-bike system is a powerful assist unit:

  • Rated output: 250W
  • Max output: 850W (standard), 1000W (boost mode)
  • Max torque: 105 N·m (standard), 120 N·m (boost mode)
  • Torque density: 42 N·m/kg
  • Max cadence: 150 rpm
  • Weight: Approximately 2.55 kg
  • IP66 protection rating

These specs suggest a system capable of tackling steep hills and providing strong acceleration, all while being weather-resistant.

Dual Battery Options

DJI appears to be offering two battery choices:

  1. 800 Wh (22.3 Ah)
  2. 600 Wh (16.7 Ah)

Both are 35.9V lithium-ion batteries with an IP56 rating. The 800 Wh battery weighs 3.70 kg, while the 600 Wh version is 2.78 kg.

Charging Times

With a 168W charger:

  • 800 Wh: 0-100% in ~6h 10min, 20-80% in ~3h 30min
  • 600 Wh: 0-100% in ~4h 45min, 20-80% in ~2h 26min

With a 504W charger:

  • 800 Wh: 0-100% in ~3h, 20-80% in ~1h 15min
  • 600 Wh: 0-100% in ~2h, 20-80% in ~1h 12min

Smart Central Display

The e-bike features a sophisticated central display:

  • 2-inch OLED screen with 326 ppi
  • 800 nits brightness
  • Touch control
  • 4G LTE-Cat.1 connectivity
  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • USB-C with PD3.0 65W fast charging
  • GNSS support (GPS, Galileo, BeiDou, GLONASS, QZSS)
  • 8 GB internal storage
  • IP56 protection

Advanced Sensors

The system includes a range of sensors:

  • IMU
  • Compass
  • Barometer
  • Wheel speed sensor
  • Torque sensor
  • Cadence sensor
  • Ambient light sensor

Wireless Controller

A separate wireless controller features:

  • Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity
  • CR1620 battery
  • IP56 protection rating

Avinox App Integration

DJI's Avinox app adds smart features:

  • Range prediction based on battery levels and riding conditions
  • Remote bike tracking with movement alerts
  • Digital password protection
  • Automatic locking/unlocking via Bluetooth

Legal Speed Limits

The system adheres to regional speed limits:

  • EU: 25 km/h
  • US: 20 mph

DroneXL's Take

DJI's foray into e-bikes represents a significant expansion for the drone giant. The leaked specs reveal a system that could compete with top-tier e-bike manufacturers, leveraging DJI's expertise in battery technology, motors, and smart connectivity.

The high power output, coupled with advanced features like the Avinox app and comprehensive sensor suite, suggests DJI is targeting both performance-oriented cyclists and tech-savvy commuters. This move aligns with DJI's recent diversification efforts, including their ventures into automotive technology.

As drone regulations tighten globally, this expansion into e-bikes could provide DJI with a new growth avenue. The e-bike market is booming, and DJI's reputation for innovation could give them a competitive edge.

We anticipate more details at the official unveiling, potentially at EUROBIKE 2024 in Frankfurt this July. Stay tuned to DroneXL for further updates on DJI's exciting entry into the e-mobility sector.

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Specs courtesy of OsitaLV.


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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of DroneXL.co, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and EVXL.co, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ dronexl.co or @hayekesteloo.

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