I’ve never ridden a Tesla, but several e-bikes. If you ride a GenZe e-bike, you will be using the Samsung batteries that power a Tesla, albeit in a smaller format. GenZe, a company in Fremont, California has introduced e-bikes, which switch between pedelec and throttle modes. At approx. 25 kgs. and a sticker price of $$1,499, it caters to a wide audience. The e-bike lacks much of what is required to make it a commuting vehicle. Mud guards, a carrier, a chain guard etc.
The dashboard display shows the battery status, speed, power level setting, distance travelled, trip time etc.
The 250W brushless DC motor and 7 speed Shimano derailleur backed by a 8.7ah battery promise a smooth ride in its home turf of hilly territory.