There is an octopus bike too that is for "corporate gatherings"
The entire design field in this industry is becoming a novelty.....that is the only reason for this thread.
The entire marketing trend of them all is sold to oblivious buyers as a trinket that is used and then resold to someone else with the same continual attempts to generate an interest with them after they burn out the market
You cannot get many hardcore cyclists, to separate from their own bikes....but you can add a trailer to be hauled. You try to convince some of the most avidly training cyclists to go to work on the newer models of Arrow or Bullet's out there and they will never do it....even through the years of developing these frames they all know that the bike was not designed in that capacity to be extended so far and operated, as the rider is dependent on balance on two wheels and must maintain a pace to compete with cars.....these do not perform that way....you do see them being sold to a market that is demanding their own lanes and bike paths though, and that market will fizzle out when the city will refuse to convert EVERY road to a bike lane carrying avenue....only certain cities have the space.
A work bike is something that is used constantly, every day in a commercial enterprise, or as a personal use vehicle that is made to be used for the carrying of goods. They are not designed for the purpose of carrying small amounts of goods, while using the largest novelty designs that catch people's eyes
They are designed to replace the need for a vehicle...that means carrying up to 4 or 5 people....depending on size....and carrying up to a 1000 lbs of cargo.....anything less requires the use of multiple bikes and employees in place of a normal motor vehicle.
They flooded the internet with trash and then the rest of the manufacturers are left to have to sort out the shit box engineers from the rest to see if there is even a single invention left to consider