That bike has a lot of technology in it. Bluetooth to connect with your mobile phone and a cycle computer and within the bike aspire sensors that enable to bike to tell the cycle computer your speed and various other things.
By linking into your mobile phone you can sort of program the “e” motor output to suit yourself.
All a bit too High Tec for me but now I see why these quality bikes cost so much. As far as I can see a replacement battery cost around a £1,000 as they go inside the down tube.
The top bike in that range is £12,500 a limited edition bike.