VEU : Individual Electric Vehicle That Can Be Transformed Into a Trolley in Seconds

The name of VEU stands for Vehiculo Electrico Unipersonal or in English Individual Electric Vehicle. As you probably can guess, the main objective of this bike is to design a collapsible bike where you can carry almost anywhere. A bike can carry you from one point to another, like from your house to a bus stop, however, most of the time, you have to leave/park your bike somewhere if you’re going to get on the bus. Using VEU – individual electric vehicle, all you need to do is fold the bike and carry it with you.

Designer : Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni


Turn VEU into a trolley in seconds to carry your stuff. Once you get to your destination, flip open the bike easily. It’s pretty much the answer to short distance travel.

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni

VEU - Individual Electric Vehicle by Alan Fratoni


6 thoughts on “VEU : Individual Electric Vehicle That Can Be Transformed Into a Trolley in Seconds

  1. i'm curious too, about steering… but broadly speaking it looks good. i wanna mention one thing, is this design been based on IKOO?

  2. Nice concept, but numerous problems from an engineering standpoint…
    1) CoG is too far back – this vehicle will be highly unstable because the rider is sitting too far back.
    2) Steering connection is not shown – but that doesn't necessarily mean it won't work, just unknown how it will work.
    3) Placing feet on the wheel negates any shock absorption capabilities. Definitely won't like riding this over a pothole or even a large crack in the driveway.
    4) batteries would need to be contained in the frame – not much room there… range will be limited. (again, not necessarily a "problem"… just a note..)

    Still, I like the general idea (probably because I have been working on something of a similar scale and basic layout..)

    • the steering is obvious enough. its through the pedals for the footrests. you push back one way gentaly and go the other. all of the idea is shown and makes perfect sense of itself

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