Urbliner electric vehicle was born out of the idea of developing transportation solution for college students in the city of Bogota, Colombia in 2030. Based on researches, young students are usually fun, different, extreme, and thrill seekers, they demand vehicle that can meet their lifestyle needs. The main problems we have to face on daily basis are rainy days, objects to load, low speed paths due to ground conditions and the strength to be applied to circumvent the pollution which is exposed by public transport, passenger limit from 1 to 2 people per ride, instability to have two wheels and work on the weight of the occupant, including the low road of the city of Bogota.
This concept vehicle proposes solutions to above problems by having a canopy to protect rider and passenger from the rain. It’s constructed of light alloy and plastic, rider can remove the canopy on a sunny day to enjoy the warmth of the sun. the large side cabin space allows you to load suitcases, papers, folders, etc. without any problem.
Project Leader : Camilo Dominguez
Designer: Eduardo Trivino Vargas “Edo”
Urbliner electric vehicle can accommodate up to 3 person, easy to ride and maneuver. It can also be implemented as sharing vehicle just like the way you can rent bikes in the city of Bogota. It’s eco-friendly and great system that allows you to reach greater range without having to worry about power source, since you can switch to a fully charged vehicle on the next Urbliner station.
Young professionals or students will love the contemporary design lines, sharp and aggressive. It can be the icon of mobility efficiency in cities. Thanks to its canopy, user can ride it in sunny or rainy days, this vehicle uses the same suspension as motorcycle with central strut mono- shock that provides enough comfort and stability on any terrain. The comfortable driving position is perfect for short or long distance, the panel of digital instruments is easy to read.
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