Novak shackles the face of the Peugeot e-Ludix electric scooter

The year is 3021 and a lot has changed. Children in cars learn about the difficult times of 2021, technologically backward 4K HD technologies, prehistoric 5G phones and something called fossil fuels.

However, cult athletes will still have that status, and Novak will be remembered as one of the greatest tennis players of his time.

Wondering what the recent Wimbledon winner has to do with motorcycles? The Serbian tennis player has a long partnership with Peugeot, which, after being taken over by the Indian Mahindra, is preparing to re-brand and launch its two-wheeler line.

Peugeot is focused on increasing the presence of electric models in its range, and the first step is to expand the e-Ludix line.

The best way to promote it is with the help of one of the best athletes of today.

E-Ludix represents a big step forward in the rich history of the French brand, with a 1.6 kWh battery and an autonomy of about 50 km.

With an extremely affordable price, the company expects it to quickly impose itself on the market. And with the help of the hardware, the manufacturer expects great three successes.

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