It may have the same 500 watt geared hubmotor as my Magnum Metro (see above). If not it's equivalent, and has just as much power. The charger is the same model the Metro uses, albeit with a better XT cable end and port. Top speed on this bike is limited to 20MPH, though. I figure I can get it into my housemate's Prius PHEV easily enough, because of the zero liftover. I may not even have to fold it. My Leaf, though, may require that I take off not just the battery, but the front wheel. Not because of space issues, but because it's a heavy little folder (also not as small as it looks!) and I may need to lighten it by 12lbs or so to be able to lift it into my more cramped cargo area. I could have gotten a version with 2.75" tires instead of 4.00", but that one comes only with a super-primitive control panel (just LED lights and drawings) and rear rim brakes.
Green Bike USA has added some features undreamed of just a few years ago: rear taillight with brake light and turn signals, and front and rear lights that are powered from the pack and activated with their own button. Folded, and magnet-locked, you can walk the bike along on the wheels.
Scarlet Ember 2018 Leaf SL W/ Pro Pilot
2009 Vectrix VX-1 W/18 Leaf modules, & 3 EZIP E-bicycles.
PLEASE don't PM me with Leaf questions. Just post in the topic that seems most appropriate.