City Commuter Vehicle Concept for The City of London

Taking place at Coventry University, City Commuter Vehicle concept is a second year group project. It’s a single seat hydrogen powered quadricycle, designed specifically for the city of London where currently cars are the reason for more than 50% of CO2 emissions. This project aims to reduce 60% CO2 emission by the time we reach 2025.

This vehicle has been designed to be used as sharing vehicle giving ¼ of the working population commutes around 10-20km per day. It’s an EV aims to carve the path toward greener future, it is able to reach a top speed of 50mph with 1kw power and a range of 100-mile.

Designers : Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov

City Commuter Vehicle Concept by Alex Clarke, Navjot Dogra, Toby Edmondson, Peter Eite, Jack Irwin, Josh Rouchy, and Georgi Stoyanov


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