CAKE’s electric motorcycle wins Red Dot Design Award 2020

Electric motorcycle doubles as a power station on wheels, enabling the rider to be completely independent and off-the-grid

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CAKE has announced that its utility-focused motorbike and scooter, Ösa, has been named as a recipient of the 2020 Red Dot Design Award.

The Swedish manufacturer of lightweight electric motorcycles says the Ösa is derived from the diversity of work and differentiated needs of the customer, while simultaneously serving a new means of transportation to accelerate toward a zero-emission future.

Thanks to the powerful battery with multiple outlets, electric motorcycle doubles as a power station on wheels, enabling the rider to be completely independent, off-the-grid.

The Ösa Lite, the scooter model, has a top speed of 30mph, while the motorcycle model Ösa+ boasts a top speed of 60mph.

Stefan Ytterborn, CEO & Founder of CAKE, said: “Given all that is taking place in the world right now with the rise of this horrible pandemic, now is not the time for asinine celebration. But we must say that we are incredibly honoured to be recognized by the Red Dot Jury.

“Like everyone on the Red Dot team, we are a bunch of colleagues and associated vendors, manufacturers, and partners, looking beyond now, crossing our fingers that the light will come sooner than later to our current hardships. And this award gives each of us every bit of extra energy to do just that.”

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