Auper Incity Electric Motorcycle has been developed for the Brazilian market where many people rely on motorcyles for their daily transport but theft is rife, especially in Sao Paolo with a whopping 40,000 stolen each year. Many end up in chop shops but Auper Incity’s creator Mr Rotilli has come up with an ingenious solution: the main components of the Auper motorcycle are encrypted and therefore incompatible with other bike makes. Thieves also wouldn’t be able to hack in to start the motor. They have completely redesigned the electric motorbike so it only needs one centrally computing unit that is integrated with every part of the motorcycle. Read more in this Globe and Mail article
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