It is an interesting model that combines the features of urban folding bikes and full-size all-terrain electric bikes. From the first here the folding compact design (although the GW26 crumb is not exactly named, given its weight of 29 kg) and a good margin of autonomy (the manufacturer promises 50 km of mileage with full use of the drive and about 100 km with a partial PAS system). But CMACEWHEEL boasts studded 26-inch wheels with quite good cross-country ability and acceleration up to 30-45 km/h.
Among others, note the 5 speed modes, built-in computer (displays current information about speed, battery charge, mileage, etc.), Shimano disc brakes, front and rear lighting. Summing up the above, a high price tag for CMACEWHEEL GW26 is quite justified, another thing is not quite clear how much such hybrids are in demand in the cycling community.