STEM is a lightweight and small vehicle concept aimed for urban use which is ideal for short distance rides like commuter traffic, shopping-tours or the way to work. This three wheeled city-vehicle is a perfect alternative of the traditional cars that are being used in the city area. This vehicle has a modular case located in the front side of the vehicle which can be used as a storage unit for small and light loads, moreover, you can remove this if you want. STEM is envisioned to be publicly used and therefore, an additional rental station infrastructure has also been developed where people will be able to rent this vehicle for short period of time from all over the city. When you will reach your destination, you can return it to another rental station that is nearest from where you are.
To enrich the alternative mobility, this vehicle is empowered with an electric engine and lithium-based batteries to accumulate the energy located under the seat and charging can be done by plugging-in any standard power socket. The uniquely forward lean main body is designed against the driving direction and the precise edges and clean surfaces add up to an important impression of the design.
Designer : Tobias Bexten
It's a nice design for comfortable sight-seeing. But I agree fully with others that it is not designed for easy access and getting in-and-out multiple times a day as postmen need to. It would be much easier if the seat was more in a stand-up position. A postman doesn't need a laid-back seat; he needs an easy accessible carrier for his load.
That is super cute and perfect for getting to work or the store for me! LOVE it! I want it in Midnight Blue!