SmarTuk – Modular Electric TukTuk Design for Cambodia

SmarTuk is a modern version of the conventional Tuk-Tuk that you see when you are in Cambodia. This concept TukTuk aims to make street vending a pleasurable experience for buyers and improve the life of the locals/sellers.

SmarTuk offers a concept design that provides a modular, affordable electric TukTuk with a mission to better facilitate mobile selling of foods and goods for Cambodian with low income. This smart and modern concept TukTuk incorporates tracking device that connects to a mobile app, this way, it can provide location of nearby street vendors for tourists or masses. It’ll also help to regulate any unregulated street vendors in Cambodia.

SmarTuk - Modular Electric TukTuk by Vincent Chan

SmarTuk - Modular Electric TukTuk by Vincent Chan

Designed by Vincent Chan and Andy Lee, SmarTuk features modern design with better functionality that help to create better image on the street. No more dirty vehicles moving around the street, polluting environment.

Here are some advantages of SmarTuk design:

  • Modular loading bay for selling different types of goods
  • Improved water resistance as flood is common in Cambodia
  • Customer can order or locate specific types of goods anytime
  • GPS radio so the vehicle could be tracked real time
  • Security box features

SmarTuk - Modular Electric TukTuk by Vincent Chan

SmarTuk - Modular Electric TukTuk by Vincent Chan

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SmarTuk - Modular Electric TukTuk by Vincent Chan

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11 thoughts on “SmarTuk – Modular Electric TukTuk Design for Cambodia

  1. – What is the price range of this tuk tuk for Cambodia?

    – Does it exist electrical recharging points in Phnom Penh?

    – Would it be possible to adapt the cargo area with refrigerators and an ice cream dispenser/freezer?

    – Would it be possible to incorporate a solar panel as an additional source of of obtaining electrical energy?

    – What would be the approximate price of the tuk tuk adapted with this characteristics?

    – Could I get a catalog of the smarty with the technical features?

    – What is the time it takes to recharge the battery? And the time of use between recharges?

    Thanks for your attention in advance.

    Enric

  2. May I have the basic specifications of the vehicle to evaluate the business potential for e-commerce delivery service?

    Thank you.

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