Japan has become world’s oldest population and currently it is reshaping the country, one of examples is Japan’s aging and shrinking work force has slowed down the Japanese economy. However, as people age, they usually suffer from illness and less active, this is not the case with Japan’s aging population, they are still active and healthy while aging gracefully.
WUSA is a small electric vehicle designed specially for elderly people. It’s an ideal vehicle for elderly where they can avoid crowded public transportation in Japan, it’s somewhere between a wheelchair and a motorcycle. It is intended to use in urban areas or for leisure activities.
WUSA is an electric vehicle that you can ride just like a motorcycle, but is also comes with a power unit where you can transform it into an electric wheelchair. It offers a new category of transportation for users of all ages. Designed by Anri Sugihara, WUSA provides you with compact mobility for everyone, it can be enjoyed by manual wheelchair users as well as able-bodied people. The attractive design aims to demonstrate how we should promote welfare mobilities for elderly people yet everyone wants it.