Have you always wanted a combination of a car and an e-bike? If you live in China, you can now purchase a matching off-road e-bike for your Tank 300 Frontier Edition and create the ideal vehicle setup for weekend adventures.
The cool-looking two-wheeler comes from a company called Buxus and is based on the EVA model. As such, it is fitted with a single-core 0.75kW (1hp) motor and a removable 20Ah battery capable of providing a range of 100km (62 miles) between charges.
The e-bike features high-grip tires, front and rear suspension, and hydraulic dual-piston disc brakes on both wheels. A steering wheel slot and smartphone app turn your device into a digital instrument cluster that offers keyless starting, remote monitoring, and wireless update compatibility via NFC.
The Buxus EVA Special Edition Tank features a yellow exterior with contrasting black accents and Tank 300 decals in profile. The 1,734 mm (68.3 in) long two-wheeler is compact enough to fit behind the 1,970 mm (77.6 in) wide Tank 300 with the help of a bumper bike rack.
According to Buxus’ official website, the availability of the EVA Tank 300 Edition is limited to 300 units with a price tag of 15,000 yen, equivalent to $2,073. You might also be interested in our list of the smallest foldable e-bikes.
Well, in terms of the four-wheeler of the group, the Tank 300 was already a solid-looking model, but the Frontier Edition, introduced earlier this year, takes things to another level, leaving it more like the descendant of a Ford Bronco and a jeep look. Wrangler (be sure to check out our list of the best luxury SUVs). Notable features include a new Tank script grille, domed hood, snorkel, roof rack, integrated front bar, off-road winch bumpers, skid plate, fender flares, 18-inch Beadlock-style alloy wheels, and yellow Optics with black decals.
The Tank 300 Frontier Edition also benefits from increased ground clearance thanks to the upgraded suspension. Working under the hood is the same supercharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine as in the lower fairings, producing 224 hp (167 kW / 227 hp) and 387 Nm (285 lb-ft) of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive with an electronic differential lock.
The Tank 300 Frontier Edition costs 280,000 yen ($38,624) in China and the first production batch is limited to 3,000 units. Add the matching Buxus EVA e-bike to the mix and the total cost of the vehicle combo is 295,000 yen ($40,694).