HIRIKO CityCar Concept

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On February 12, 2012
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HIRIKO is a compact electric urban mobility car or truck, capable of folding together when parked. the actual first working prototype with the device, which is the commercial version of MIT media lab's "Citycar" concept, has just been recently presented in brussels, belgium.

HIRIKO CityCar
HIRIKO is a compact electric urban mobility car or truck, capable of folding together when parked.
the actual first working prototype with the device, which is the commercial version of MIT media lab’s “Citycar” concept, has just been recently presented in brussels, belgium.

Concept HIRIKO CityCar
The electric two-seater measures just 5-feet (A single.5-meters) long and contains no doors; passengers instead enter by means of an upswinging windshield. the vehicle’s motor is actually distributed among its four wheels, every of which contains a new drive motor, steering, braking, and suspension. As being a result, the car can be folded together for parking reasons, permitting about three HIRIKO autos to fit in the space of a individual ordinary parking spot. the tires also enable a zero-turn radius,
capable of spinning completely in spot.

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Denokinn HIRIKO City Car
Design by Denokinn & Afypaida

 

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