Hybrid Philosophy, Wilier Triestina Performance
It’s hard to believe that this bike hides a system providing electric pedal assist. Yet, it does.
Filante Hybrid is an electric road bike that integrates the lightest pedal assist system in the world: the new X20 motor by Mahle, a German multinational that is driving technological innovation toward zero-impact mobility.
Filante Hybrid was designed with a very specific objective: to help you go faster while minimizing strain. By combining the new Mahle X20 system with everything we know about aerodynamic efficiency and by using composite materials, we have raised even further the performance of the Cento10 Hybrid, a product that has won major international awards over the seasons. An overall improvement in energy savings of practically 8%.
Improved battery management and greater integration for better aerodynamics, lighter weight and better performance.
Filante Hybrid definitely resembles the Filante SLR, the bike used by Astana professional cyclists. There are no holes in the frame (except for the one required to recharge the battery), and the integrated monocoque carbon handlebar houses the derailleur cables and electrical system controls. The Hybrid also has the same aerodynamic carbon seat post as Filante.
The battery integrated into the down tube has a capacity of 250 Wh. An additional bottle-shaped battery can be on the seat post bottle holder to add 185 Wh to the system. As in the previous version, a software system and apps are available both for the user and the retailer to manage, monitor and configure the system.
To improve the riding experience, we have introduced a new bottom bracket with torque (power) and frequency sensor. The cyclist (through pedaling, i.e. the power the cyclist delivers) communicates with the motor via the frequency and power sensor. The system reads the “pedaling power” to modulate the assistance delivered to give the cyclist a natural pedaling experience with no jerks, sudden accelerations or loss of assistance. For example, the motor will continue to deliver power smoothly even on steep inclines of over 10%. All of this is necessary as we move toward a cycling experience similar to that of a traditional bicycle. The power sensor (with the new firmware) also optimizes battery consumption, since the power provided by the motor is much more sensitive and proportionate to the power delivered by the cyclist.
The X20 motor has been miniaturized to the max. It’s extremely lightweight (the complete system weighs just 3.6 kg for the X35 and 3.3 kg for the X20), with a modern straight pull spoke pattern and 24 spokes, a perfect match for Wilier Triestina’s carbon rims. Mahle’s new X20 motor hub delivers 60 Nm of torque, but there’s more: the body can be removed easily from the “motor” casing for easy maintenance or replacement. Shimano, SRAM XDR and Campagnolo compatible bodies will soon be available.
Filante Hybrid comes standard with Pulsar One, a compact and easy-to-use onboard computer with a 2.1” display that updates electrical system data and trip statistics in real-time and lets the rider modify the level of pedal assistance if necessary. Pulsar One connects via the ANT+ protocol to the X20 system and to other sensors (cadence sensor, external power sensor and heart rate monitor) and the data can be displayed directly on the screen for a more complete experience.
There’s one very important detail that makes Filante Hybrid totally novel for the category: the wheel that houses the new Mahle X20 motor can be assembled and disassembled quickly, just like on a traditional thru-axle racing bike. In addition to the ease and speed of wheel assembly and disassembly, the system automatically connects to the battery, so there are no more cables to be connected or disconnected by hand. It’s all done when you insert the wheel. How? It's easy. The rear dropout has a slider with a built-in electrical connector that ensures the hub positions itself directly in contact with the battery, quickly and with no risk of misalignment.
The integrated handlebar is carbon monocoque and mimics the aerodynamic design of the Filante Bar. However, in the hybrid version, the button and display of the new iWoc, the interface that gives access to the system and changes the pedal assistance mode, are hidden inside the handlebar stem. This unique design improves safety since cyclists can select one of four power levels (automatic, eco, sport and boost) without having to remove their hands from the top of the handlebar. Mahle has improved iWoc’s ergonomics, ease of use and reading compared to the previous version. Cyclists can now see at a glance how much battery capacity remains and which assistance mode is selected.
Tire clearance is suitable for a modern road bike and is compatible with rims for tires up to 32 mm wide. Filante Hybrid comes in geometries similar to those of our endurance models. Don't expect an aggressive geometry, although the bike’s relaxed look, with a high stack and limited reach, can be deceiving. Six sizes available, from XS to XXL.
|Frame||Filante HY - Carbon Monocoque HUS-MOD|
|Fork||Filante HY - Carbon Monocoque HUS-MOD|
|Electric-Assist Type||Pedal Assist Class 1|
|Motor Specs||250 W, 55NM|
|Drive System||MAHLE X20|
|Battery Type/Weight||236 WH, 36V, ANT+ Connectivity|
|Range on Full Charge||75 miles in Eco Assist|
|Max. Assisted Speed||25KM/H|
|Saddle||Prologo Dimension 143|
|Handlebars||Filante HY Bar Integrated Carbon|
|Bicycle Drivetrain||Shimano Dura Ace 9270 12s + MAHLE|
|Wheels||Wilier Trestina HY - SLR42KC Carbon Disc|
|Tires||Vittoria Corsa Speed 700x28|
|Brakes||Shimano Dura Ace BR-R9270|
|Weight||Frame Weight 1100G -/+ 5% -- Fork Weight 360G +/- 5%|
* Subject to change without notice.
Wilier Trestina Filante Hybrid
|Black Gloss / Large||BI8938-L-BLK||210000026332|