Learn more about each eBike feature - what's the benefit? Is there value added for my experience?
Where a battery is located on the bike can really affect the handling. Too high up and the bike will be top heavy - when pedaling hard out of the saddle it will fight being swung back and forth. To far back on a frame not stiffed in the rear, and the bike can "swim" when pedaling out of the saddle. When the battery is located in the frame, it keeps the lines clean and look is stealthy - so that your eBike will fit in more with regular bikes.
Traditional chain/sprocket/derailleur external gears are the norm for most bikes, On premium eBikes, internal gears and belt drives tend to be quieter, cleaner and less maintenance. There is no free lunch though - each drivetrain type has it's strengths and challenges. Find out which one is right for you.
Dual batteries are boss for long tours with lots of luggage, routes with steep climbs or if you just don't want to have to worry about recharging Riese & Muller bikes with the dual battery have special smart circuitry that shifts load on the batteries by alternating the load in 5% increments. This significantly increasing the service life or "charge cycles" - the number of times the battery can be completely drained and recharged.
With any of the Specialized Turbo ebikes you you’re able to connect, via Bluetooth®, to the Turbo Mission Control App for full control over your eBike. This app allows you to tune the motor to your personal preferences, it eliminates range anxiety through the Smart Control function, and it offers the rider a wide range of features, like including navigation, tracking, diagnostics, and ride history.
The NuNinci Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) internally geared hub has a unique abilities to eliminate gear steps. So you don't have to think about changing into the right gear, just twist the grip until you reach your preferred rate of pedaling (cadence).