Hands-On With The LeEco LeSEE Pro Car & LeSyvrac Super Bike

While LeEco's event in San Francisco today was focused on products such as the uMax 85 TV which comes with an 85-inch screen, as well as the Le Pro3 and Le S3 smartphones, two of the standout products were LeEco's LeSEE Pro smart car and the LeSyvrac Super Bike. Both are each equally compelling in their vision of what LeEco aims to offer, although it is worth noting that the LeSEE Pro car is still just a concept, while the LeSyvrac Super Bike will actually be available in the US in the near future, unfortunately there is still no date for release or a price point that's been set.

The LeSEE Pro, while not available just yet and with no mentioned release time frame or cost having been mentioned, has some advanced tricks up its sleeves like a self-driving mode, and an external mounted display which can be used to signal pedestrians if the car is handling the driving, as well an ability to change colors based on what signal is being shown at the time, for example, such as whether or not the car is reversing, turning left or right, or flashing its emergency lights.

The bike, which LeEco is keen to point out is the world's first super bike, is a dream for anyone who envisions riding a bike with some advanced features and functionality built in. This starts with simple and thoughtful touches like the integrated lighting system, which includes a front-mounted bike light, as well as rear-mounted laser markers to keep the rider visible when it's dark. The bike also features a handlebar-mounted touch display which is powered by Android software, and this allows for the ability to view important details about the ride that a cyclist may be interested in having accessible at all times, such as distance, speed, and route just to name off a few. The LeSyvrac super bike also has side accent lighting and red tail light in addition to the dual LED front light and rear laser markers, and it's equipped with a 30-speed shift system, as well as a location tracker and an alarm for security. Other elements, like the Dual-Piston Hydraulic disc brakes help to round out what is sure to be a cool bike to ride.

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