Innvelo Three 2-Seater Personal Vehicle by FORM & DRANG

Innvelo Three is a design submission from Ronny Sauer, a concept 3-wheeled vehicle that allows you to drive up to 100km/h. You can read his explanation below:

Over the last 3 years me, my design-agency FORM & DRANG and a group of medium-sized companies developed a three-wheeled electric car. That was a great experience to see things growing on the paper to a real driving vehicle. The most important point on this project I have learned was NEVER GIVE UP and NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE.

First we got a Briefing with al important facts and limitations. Low cost, low weight, and a magnificent appearance. After this, we started with a lot of sketches and Photoshop-work. The family of the bees was our muse. For this reason, we chose the bee for the COMMERCIAL-Car, HORNET for the race-version and the BUMBLEBEE for the work-version. After this we did a lot of CAD and a tape rendering to get a feeling of proportions. That was also a lot of fun.

Designer : FORM & DRANG

Innvelo Three Concept Transportation by FORM & DRANG

Innvelo Three Concept Transportation by FORM & DRANG

Innvelo Three Specifications:

  • 3 wheels
  • L 284 x B 154 x H141
  • 500 kg
  • 1 chassis for 3 vehicle variants (commercial, work, race)
  • 100 km/h
  • 100 km range
  • 2,1 Mio € development costs
  • ca. 10.000€ per car
  • 2 electric motors (3,2 kw per motor)
  • Battery pack 200 Ah

Innvelo Three Concept Transportation by FORM & DRANG

Innvelo Three Concept Transportation by FORM & DRANG

Innvelo Three Concept Transportation by FORM & DRANG

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2 thoughts on “Innvelo Three 2-Seater Personal Vehicle by FORM & DRANG

  1. Before buying this vehicle, you'd better watch the British Top Gear TV Show episode on the Reliant Regal. The two drive wheels should be in front for turning stability and the single wheel in the rear for propulsion…

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