Riding in city traffic is often scary and not comfortable unless you have eyes in the back of your head. That tool gives you the opportunity to look back without turning you hear all the time. I´ m not sure if someone would like to have vibrating handle bars. Thank you Jun GyeJin (designer) http://www.yankodesign.com/2014/01/14/third-eye-for-cyclists/
A great concept to relieve environment and spendings! The vision is 4 years old and has never seen any market. We ask: Why? http://www.lunar.com/better-mo-bility-for-urbanites/ http://www.mo-bility.com/mo/home_.html
This is actually the american equivalent to the german VW Golf: This Ford Pickup. 320 kg lighter than its predecessor due to it’s aluminium body. (Ford-150 Detroit 2014 Show)
More than 50% of the Germans ride their bicycles the incredible amount of 2600 km per year whereas 22% of the rest blame the lack of cycle lanes for not riding at all! source: market research institution: Research Now
The cyclist blows the condor away!
Kia, the cheap brand of the old days. You remember: No design no technical features, no interior gimmicks. They have changed here it is the roadster DT4 Stinger 300 PS, 4,31 meter
219 Tage stehen wir im Stau- pro Jahr 70 Stunden 219 days we stuck in a traffic jam- each year 70 hours
Me neither. But with their video “Elio Motors: Join the Revolution” they grab my attention. Elios promises: Three wheeled vehicle two seats 8 gallon tank (30.3 l) range 672 miles on a tank (1081,45 km) 1 gallon 84 mpg (2.8 l pro 100 km) over 100 mph (160 km/h) reinforced roll cage 3 air bags…
Dumb Ways to Die, By Metro Trains Melbourne Pty Ltd sorry folks, it is an old one but ever wanted to blog it. Take care! You know why. P.S.: Since September last year it is also a game for your mobile device… http://dumbwaystodie.com/
Yes, at least I found a member of the German government (Dr. Annette Schavan, Federal Minister of Education and Research) who is interested in autonomous cars. Unfortunately she has not as much power as the Japanese prime minister. Good luck with that. http://www.autonomos.inf.fu-berlin.de/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nX-Ie6JSU5g
Navia is an innovative mobility solution: a robotic driverless electric vehicle carrying up to eight passengers. Navia has been designed to complement conventional transport (public or private) by taking care of the “last mile” (and the first). Navia is the ideal companion for those environments that need a simple, safe and environment-friendly mobility solution: pedestrianized…
Japan’s prime minister rides in it (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEPdvl3OFk0) U.K. promises to have some on the road by 2017 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGIsvLpdF-g) Toyota will be on the road with it by the ‘mid-2010s’ National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) attorney calls it “premature” Audi, BMW, Ford, Google, Honda, Mercedes, Nissan, Toyota, VW and and and trying to be ready…
Electric cars are quiet. That is one of the good features and it is perhaps the reason to buy one. It is also a danger to pedestrians if these super fast, nearly quiet vehicles came around. Especially for those which don’t expect that and blind people. The discussion in the US and in the UN…
I talked to a bike courier an hour ago and that’s what he told me about electric bicycles… (Berlin) “I mention them much more often and they are damn fast, when I met one at a traffic light I have to struggle to get him, no matter which age ore body fitness… I already thought…
I´m not sure if this is a solution for any problem or if it is the problem, but be open-minded and give it a chance or laugh… it is funny Friday If you didn’t watch the Peel P50 yet: (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJfSS0ZXYdo) The Smallest Car in the World (Guinness World Records)
The University of Toronto tries to figure out how far we can go. Atlas Human-Powered Helicopter – AHS Sikorsky Prize Flight Battle Mountain Human-Powered Land Speed Record, 2011 World’s First Human-Powered Ornithopter
They are ready! Electric bicycles are no longer a backing for old and non sportive people. Since there are electric mountain bikes and much more on the market the industry has changed. They mostly look like a bicycle are lighter than 20 kg and the range has doubled! (GRACE ONE) Now the new and…
electric vehicles wich have over 120 km range are “stored” in big towers. It costs 2.38€ an hour to rent one of the vehicles. They are save in comparison to the bicycles and scooters, less air polluting and solve the problem of missing parking.
The Ford C-MAX Solar Energi Concept “harnesses the power of the sun,” via solar panels on the car’s roof, Ford said. “A special concentrator … acts like a magnifying glass, directing intense rays to solar panels on the vehicle roof.” source https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en.html
Lars Thomsen can “predict” the future. He is one of the futurist and gives a small view into his world. (in German) He shows some comparison to what NOKIA happened, when Apple released the iPhone. Is the auto industry at a similar point? Battery prices will fall, he says, and public charging infrastructure will continue…
Estimates of electric-vehicle battery costs (first published in Tech Review, Jan 2012 issue) The industry hotly debates how much and fast the costs will fall. In 2020 it should be about half what they were in 2011, when the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt launched.
The French post “La Poste” ordered 10 000 electric Kangoo Van Z.E in 2011 from Renault and they want to increase their fleet up to 60 000 electric vehicles in 2050. In march “la Post” is about to test a concept with hydrogen fuel cell range extenders in the so called “HyKangoos”. Source http://www.laposte.com/Everything-about-La-Poste/Press-releases/Latest-articles http://www.symbiofcell.com/downl/hykangoo-uk2013.pdf…
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very similar to the Copenhagen Wheel… just a year later
Would perfectly fit for me! Going to work so easy, relaxed and a workout on the way back home, while charging.
It seems like society is going in a little bit different direction, where they’re more excited about the new app on their phone than going for a walk in the woods… …and I don’t think it’s a good thing! Jeremy Jones, Pro Snowboarder
SmileDrive is an app which has been developed in partnership between Volkswagen and Google. While driving it is collecting data about the world around you like weather, the driving distance and so on. It also notice other SmileDrive user. Check it out
What I just found… lucky guy
An amazing example how these inventive guys use their ressources in a very wise and creative way!