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The concept of “last few mile mobility” is one which we’ll all grow accustomed to over the next decade as the world’s cities become more congested and non-polluting micro mobility concepts begin to supplement other forms of transport. In the last year alone we’ve seen Toyota’s Winglet, Honda’s U3-X, Nissan’s electric skis, and now Volkswagen has shown a micro mobility concept which it has dubbed the “Bik.e” – a folding electric bike with one of the most ingenious folding mechanisms we’ve seen. With a range of 20 kilometres (12.5 miles), the Bik.e has 20 inch wheels and folds to a footprint identical to that of a car spare tyre, enabling it to be stowed away easily. Whatsmore, the bik.e will definitely see production, and possibly even before the end of the year. VW’s choice of form factor is as fascinating as its choice of a recognisable name is inspired. The Bik.e could turn out to be as important to VW as the iPod has been to Apple… Continue Reading Volkswagen shows production-ready folding two wheel EV Bik.e
Tags: Electric Bicycle, Folding, U3-X, Volkswagen
- Honda’s LOOP and HELLO vehicle2vehicle and vehicle2driver infrastructure
- DK City’s folding electric bicycle by Robrady
- Another Honda Bombshell: 3R-C single-person electric concept
- The Airnimal folding bike suitcase that becomes a bike trailer
- Japan’s two-second folding bicycle
- Contortionist: cleverly designed full-size folding bike
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Das WePad wurde erstmals vorgestellt: Das Berliner Unternehmen Neofonie präsentiert einen eigenen Tablet-PC – Konkurrenz für das iPad von Apple. Mehr Infos: www.morgenpost.de Das Display reflektiert stark – noch. Der Bildschirm soll, bis das Gerät in den nächsten Wochen auf den Markt kommt, noch entspiegelt werden. Das WePad in der Basis-Version hat 16 Gigabyte Speicher (erweiterbar durch SD-Karten) und Wifi; es soll 449 Euro kosten. Das ist der unsubventionierte Preis. Laut Hersteller wird das Gerät “mit den Subventionen unserer Medienpartner deutlich unter den genannten Preisen liegen”. Ein Gerät mit 3G und mehr Speicher soll es später auch noch geben.Related Posts:
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