DJI expands into e-bikes and drive systems

DJI is venturing into the e-bike market with the Amflow PL and the Avinox drive system, set to debut in late 2024.

: DJI is branching out into the electric bike industry with the launch of its carbon fiber Amflow PL electric mountain bike, powered by the new Avinox drive system. The bike boasts a mid-drive motor with 250W nominal output, 120Nm of max torque, an 800Wh battery, and an integrated OLED display. It will be available in the fourth quarter of 2024, priced between €7,000 and €12,000.

DJI is making a significant entry into the e-bike market with the introduction of its Amflow PL electric mountain bike, which will feature the company's newly developed Avinox drive system. The bike will leverage DJI's expertise in battery and motor technology, amassed from years of developing drones and camera stabilization systems.

The Amflow PL e-bike stands out with its impressive specifications, including a mid-drive motor offering 250W of nominal output and 120Nm of max torque, capable of delivering up to 1000W of boost power for steep inclines. Additionally, it features an 800Wh removable battery that can charge up to 75% in just 1.5 hours using a 2A/508W GaN charger, and an integrated two-inch color OLED touchscreen display for comprehensive control and monitoring.

Set to ship in the fourth quarter of 2024, the Amflow PL is expected to be priced between €7,000 and €12,000, placing it in direct competition with high-end electric bikes like those from Specialized. Initially, the bike will be available through authorized dealers in Germany, the UK, and Australia. Christina Zhang, DJI's senior director of corporate strategy, highlights that moving into the e-bike sector is a natural progression given the company’s accumulated technological prowess.