FortuneHanebrink has designed, engineered, and handcrafted HANEBRINK electric all-terrain vehicles for all of you who have great sense of adventure. Whether you are interested in off-road travel, trail riding, bike commuting, or utilizing low-gear towing and hauling, this bike provides you the dynamic and comfortable riding experience. This vehicle is the confluence of ingenuity, ecology, and luxury. A smooth and dynamic commuter vehicle. The HANEBRINK Electric All-Terrain Vehicle is the evolution of the original, revolutionary HANEBRINK design, combining state-of-the art green technology with an on-demand hybrid electric system and the latest in bicycle technology. It’s been designed with 600 watt motor powers, it has the power to speeds up to 20 mph, just in case you want to go faster, just start pedaling.
Three design features help the HANEBRINK achieve outstanding on and off-road performance.
The widest tires in the industry. The 20 x 8 inch tires radically increase the surface area where rubber meets road for enhanced stability at all speeds, added traction on rough terrain, and unprecedented float on sand and snow.
A mid-mounted, bracket supported motor optimizes the vehicle’s center of gravity beneath the rider and enables tight turns, rapid weight shifting, and provides more stability.
14 speed gearing tuned for a wide variety of surfaces, grades, and utility applications including a low range capable of carrying up to 300 pounds of bulky cargo up steep terrain or deep into inaccessible areas.
With a single Lithium ion battery (LiFePO4), the HANEBRINK has a one hour run time and three hour recharge. For longer excursions, the rear rack can be fitted with up to five lithium ion batteries, a run time of over 5 hours and more than 100 miles of riding. The wide rear rack is standard HANEBRINK equipment and can hold up to 100 pounds of cargo.
iFlex is a flexible cell phone concept that revolutionizes the phone industry. It opens up greater possilbilities for phone manufacturers to create new and innovative design. Designed by de Poorter Design Studio in Milan, iFlex illustrates the future possibilities offered by this new flexible display. The two sides of the rigid iFlex aluminum case are connected by the central silicone part with deformable inlay so that the device can be turned and maintained any desired angle, supporting new usage patterns.
The phone has a magnetic lock when closed to protect the display from scratches and bumps. The flexible touchscreen display is surrounded by a nylon frame, obviously the same principle can be applied to tablets and laptops as well. The iFlex concept can give birth to the flex Apps, a new generation of software applications that have never been possible with rigid displays. Some new usage examples have already been devised, such as a digital makeup tool for women, a bent-over placeholder for conference speakers with the name for the public on one side and the remaining time on the other, and an alarm clock that can be switched off with a touch of the hand on the top.
Tuvie has received “iFlex Phone Concept” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
This new Porsche 822 Compact is designed by Emeric Baubant from the Porsche Design Studio in Austria. The young student designer presents now the result of four months work. This compact car, rear engine, four real seats, flat 4 engine, biturbo is designed to be a close rival to the BMW 1M Series or Audi RS3, This work follows the car design process in order to conceive a credible new Porsche concept car combines sober style and advance clever details. Here you can find the design process illustrated, from drawing research to final renders.
Designer : Emeric Baubant
Tuvie has received “Porsche 822 Compact Car” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.