Jack Skopinski has developed 4-wheels e-scooter and submitted this great news to Tuvie. It’s a tilting e-scooter called EV4. The ability to tilt of this scooter reminds you of the great feeling when you ride a bike and have to lean into a corner, yeah, can you feel it?
“From the very start, EV4 was designed and constructed just like an airplane”, Skopinski explains to Tuvie. “Hence, I aimed at a low weight where nearly all components are made of highly durable aeronautical aluminum alloy”. Another great fact is that the main frame of this scooter is riveted just like the case of airplanes, thus, making the frame even more durable and lightweight.
Designer : Jack Skopinski
EV4 is equipped with independent suspension which is an adaptive suspension system, designed to be adjustable to the shape of any terrain at any given moment. It doesn’t matter the surface type you’re currently on, terrain, angle of inclination of roads and travels, these 4 wheels will uniformly and evenly touch the ground. The electric drive together with gear belts produce noise emission close to zero, making your journey even more comfortable. This scooter’s low weight and the use of modern and efficient lithium ion batteries allow for unparalleled driving range. Jack Skopinski also explains that he uses 2 bicycle shock absorbers with adjustable hardness and damping, for safety, he has installed hydraulic disc brakes on 4 wheels for very short braking distances.
Tuvie has received “EV4 Tilting 4 Wheels Electric Scooter” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.