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Polestar Introduces New Limited Edition CAKE Electric Moped – Review Geek

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Swedish electric car manufacturer Polestar has unveiled its second limited-edition electric moped in partnership with CAKE, Sweden’s high-performance electric bike company. Polestar will also offer this exclusive all-electric moped in North America, making it a first for the brand.

Electric vehicles are not the only thing Polestar offers. For those who don’t know, this isn’t Polestar’s first foray into electric bikes and mopeds. The company unveiled an EV charging sled for intra-city trips in 2021, and this is actually the automaker’s second CAKE Makka.

The first Polestar CAKE Makka sold out almost instantly in 2021, so I had a feeling it would be back at some point. And while yes, the design is a bit interesting, it has that custom touch and CAKE’s usual Swedish design language.

With this second limited-edition CAKE Makka from Polestar, buyers get a sleek moped inspired by the exterior color first seen on Polestar’s electric roadster concept, coming to market as the Polestar 6. Here are some photos extras that show all it has to offer.

According to the press release, this new edition of the CAKE Makka Polestar is capable of 45 km/h (28 MPH) and around 55 km (34 miles) of range, thanks to a dual battery setup. This is a 48V 31Ah battery configuration with a total capacity of 1.5 kWh.

With 34 miles of range, a comfortably low ride height, and the customizable, detachable rear rack, this all-electric moped is perfect for those riding downtown. You’ll also notice that Polestar slightly changed the Makka by changing the headlight, adding that fun Sky color, not to mention the upgraded Öhlins suspension.

Polestar says it will come with several optional rack configurations, including boxes, a passenger seat, additional racks, and other accessories for those who need it.

Interestingly, while the original Polestar CAKE Makka came in for less than $4,000, this new second-generation moped will retail for $5,300. And while that’s pretty expensive compared to many electric cargo bikes, keep in mind that this is a moped and requires no pedaling. Also, the design is certainly something you don’t see every day.

The CAKE Makka Polestar Edition is shipped and sold by CAKE, so get yours starting December 14 at the official RideCake store.

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