Ncycle le vélo électrique de demain. Dans le même rayon Ncycle, véritable e-vélo de demain mêlant ingéniosité, technologie, solutions le tout imaginé par les designers Hussain Almossawi, Marin Myftiu, Franco Moro et Marcello Fantuzzi. « The vast majority of current e-bikes are still 100+ year old designs converted somehow to electric, and you can tell it just by looking at them; to most people they still are almost the same, odd mix of tubes and wires and the extra electric hardware adds up in quite a clumsy way.
Even the sleekest looking ones, are mainly traditional designs dressed up in iRobot clothes. Our lifestyles and needs have dramatically changed since the late 19th century and these structures today are unnecessarily complicated and not really up to the task of offering the simplified looks and most importantly the extra functionality required in our digital age. Re-skin Your Bike. The main idea behind the MOOBY bike concept designed by Madella Simone is to enable the rider to easily re-skin your ride with personalized graphics.This single-speed bike rethinks the structure of the urban commuter as a paneled, modular system.
Eco-Friendly Street Sign Powered By Solar Energy. The Glass Sign is an eco-friendly street sign designed by Aibek Almasov for small pedestrian streets and roads.
It is powered by solar energy and is activated by touching the pole within 5 seconds of pressing. The smart sign can distinguish between the daytime and nighttime: at night Its display glows red, in the morning it is being charged by the solar panel. IPSE Futuristic Individual Mobility Concept Will Let You Drive in Underwater Mode. Sailing Aircraft – Futuristic Luxury Boat that Turns into Airplane. Fiat EYE – Gyroscopically Balanced Vehicle By Dinard Da Mata. EAZ Disabled Mobility Device By Grayson Stopp. Pendulous Sustainable Public Mobility by Kevin Lee. Design Handicap. This project is about a three-wheeled car for handicapped people or senior citizen with limited mobility.
The basic dimensions of the vehicle are 1793mm (W) x 3612mm (L) x 1800mm (H), the main frame is constructed of steel while the body uses fiberglass. This concept vehicle has been designed to accommodate 2 passengers and one of them on a wheelchair. This electric vehicle is able to travel up to 50mph with maximum speed of 65mph, the electric motor is located between the front wheels, while the batteries are placed inside the undercarriage. A remote control can be used to open the doors and luggage space, the hydraulic system allows the car to elevate from 3.5-inch to 7-inch above the ground. Capsule Campers: Mini Mobile Pod Trailers for Urban Travel. Tiny Truck + Mini Trailer = Super Small Mobile Camper Car! Based on an already-popular compact three-wheeled vehicle (the Piaggio), this may be the world’s tiniest portable home – a kind of car, camper, trailer and tent hybrid all packed into an ultra-small frame.
Best of all, it takes the elements it needs and innovates where required – all to avoid reinventing the wheel, so to speak. Voiture :Cette voiture qui fonctionne à l'air ne coûte que 8000 E. Home. Mobi Electric Folding Wheelchair ConceptUniversal Design Style. Similar to the Solo Wheelchair I featured awhile back, we have another electric wheelchair concept disguised as a manual wheelchair.
The Mobi Electric Folding Wheelchair is a creation of Monash University design student, Jack Martinich. Standard manual wheelchairs can fold in half but they’re still bulky and the leg rests may need to come off. Electric wheelchairs aren’t nearly as nimble. Martinich’s design is a compact electric wheelchair concept that can fold into itself within the diameter of its wheels. Mobi works like a standard manual wheelchair where the user still uses their arms to propel the wheels.
There is no hub and the wheels are partially enclosed in an aluminum and PVC frame. MUVe Folding Scooter Reinvents Urban Transport. Sick of having to put up with traffic jams, angry drivers or frustrated fellow commuters cramming in a packed bus, day after day?
A new urban transportation vehicle, the MUVe folding scooter, is here to help you forget all about your worries. MUVe, short for My Urban Vehicle project, was designed by Israeli-native Amir Zaid, who previously worked with giant carmakers such as Fiat and Ferrari. When they began working on the project, Zaid and co-founder Benny Shimon intended to create a light, easy to maneuver electric scooter for short commuter rides, such as from home to the train station or from a downtown parking lot to the office.
And they succeeded. MUV-e’s Folding Electric Trolley Goes from Land to Bus to Train. The MUV-e folding e-scooter from Israel can be personalized, linked to your smart phone, carried with you on the bus and stored in small apartments without taking much space.
Estimated cost about $2000. Urban transportation has recently taken on new and innovative forms, which include gliding along on electric skates, and surfing city sidewalks on various types of electric powered scooters. Commercial Version of the MIT Media Lab CityCar Unveiled at European Union Commission Headquarters. A full-scale version of the stackable, electric CityCar, created by researchers at the MIT Media Lab and commercialized by a consortium of automotive suppliers in the Basque region of Spain, was unveiled at the European Union Commission headquarters on January 24, 2012.
Branded "Hiriko," the vehicle incorporates all of the essential concepts of the MIT Media Lab CityCar: a folding chassis to occupy a small footprint when parked, drive-by-wire control, front entry and egress, the ability to spin on its axis, and “Robot Wheels” with integrated electric drive motor, steering motor, suspension, and braking. Since 2009, the Media Lab has collaborated with Denokinn, an industrial sponsor from Vitoria, Spain, and their partner companies to refine the design and technology of the CityCar to allow for its commercialization by industry. INNOVATIVE ROBOT WHEELS The CityCar project is part of larger initiative at the MIT Media Lab devoted to investigating the urban mobility systems.
Happy Hour Service Bar by Alfredo Häberli for BD Barcelona. Aux Champs Elysées : Présentation du Concept Toyota Me.We (interviews) Le concept-car Toyota Me.We est un concept original à plus d’un titre : fruit de la collaboration entre Toyota et l’équipe du studio de design Massaud, cette voiture est habillée de nouveaux matériaux, et a décidé de bouder les grands salons automobiles.
En effet, sa présentation a eu lieu à la fin du mois d’avril au Rendez-Vous Toyota, l’adresse du premier constructeur mondial sur l’Avenue des Champs-Elysées à Paris. Les auteurs du concept y étaient : BlogAutomobile également. La Toyota Me.We se présente sous la forme d’une petite citadine spacieuse, avec une ceinture de caisse haute et un pare-brise dressé pour offrir beaucoup d’espace à vivre. Ce qui intrigue au premier abord est sa carrosserie, ou plutôt, l’absence de carrosserie : la Me.We est revêtue de polypropylène expansé qui a comme propriétés majeures d’absorber les chocs en se déformant, d’être léger, et d’être totalement recyclable.
La structure de la voiture est en aluminium, tandis que le toit et le capot sont en bambou. MEWE. Bug electric car – Zero emission lightweight concept vehicle. Bug electric car – Zero emission lightweight concept vehicle Designer Ricardo Fedrizzi has shown some deviation from conventional material for his “Bug” electric concept car. He has suggested recyclable and renewable materials, such as polymers with a load of vegetable fiber in order to keep it a lightweight ride, which in turn will enhance the efficiency of the car. Like many other sustainable transportation designs, special attention has been paid to the aerodynamics, as it’s an important factor that affects the efficiency of vehicles. Reduction in weight and better aerodynamic can help promoting economy and performance. Even the glass windows and windshield have been made lighter and safer using resilient polycarbonate. Les voitures du futur - Le blogue des Debs.
GE Electric Vehicle Charger. Le studio californien Fuseproject, dirigé par le designer Yves Béhar a récemment dessiné le « GE Wattstation », une station pour recharger électriquement les voitures. Pensé pour être modulable et design, ce projet se dévoile en visuels dans la suite de l’article. Apple iMo: Concept Car 2 Roues Futuriste (Video) Tout réussi à Apple depuis ces dernières années, et les designers en herbes sont persuadés que cette Success Story n’est pas prête de s’arrêter en si bon chemin. Le style minimaliste accessible à tous à contribuer au succès du matériel Apple, et c’est dans cette logique que le designer Anthony Jannarelly à imaginer ce nouveau concept car made in Apple baptisé iMo.
Mieux qu’une Smart, ce véhicule deux roux ultra moderne et futuriste en forme de capsule est muni d’un système robotique qui lui permet de se faufiler n’importe où.