- [Glen] Electric vehicles are everywhere nowadays,
and they can be anything,
from scooters to medical helicopters to farm equipment.
They fly, they drive,
and even haul manure.
I'm Glen, and today we are bringing you
15 electric personal transports
that can be useful in all kinds of situations.
- Thank you for watching Mind's Eye Design.
- [Woman] Number 15.
- [Glen] The T31 Micro is a new electric scooter
from Zero-Emissions Vehicles.
Ideal for light delivery or short commutes,
this three-wheeled trike is fully enclosed
and has room for three people.
This scooter has no pedals and uses handlebars
for all light controls.
- [Woman] Number 14.
- [Glen] An Australian invention and design,
the DC-Tri by Movement Tech
is an excellent alternative to the Segway.
A universal stand-up electric trike,
the DC-Tri is more stable, safer and easier to ride
than a two-wheel bike.
Featuring high-quality bike components
this chrome molly-frame trike
has a low center of gravity
and supports riders up to 260 pounds.
The eBike has a zero-turn radius
and doesn't require pedaling.
- [Woman] Number 13.
- [Glen] This is a revolutionary way
for people with disabilities to have the chance
to regain the benefits of therapy, position control,
transfers and mobility.
AbleChair enables users to be put in various positions
using a phone app for added convenience.
This has a full range of adjustments
including seat and tilt angle in limitless positions.
Other benefits of the chair include pressure relief
or a range of motion, improved bone density,
stretching the muscles, increased circulation,
improved lung function and eliminating poor posture.
- [Woman] Number 12.
- [Glen] A prototype, the Stealth Electric ATV,
is an all-terrain 600 cc utility four-wheeler
with battery power comparable to a 300 cc four-wheeler.
This eliminates both noise pollution
and carbon emissions.
The four-kilowatt lithium ion battery pack
can be charged in six hours
and has a range of up to 35 miles.
An optional second battery pack
can add up to 30 more miles to the range.
- [Woman] Number 11.
- [Glen] The Zero Dual Sport and Dual Sport Rider
have an all-electric drivetrain with an increased range
and a power boost.
You can change between economy and sports mode
at the press of a button.
A carbon fiber belt connects the rear wheel
and motor for acceleration and performance
is continuously updated through the Zero app.
This can be charged overnight with any standard
wall outlet or a charge tank option.
It can charge the battery up to six times faster
with recharging taking as little as an hour.
- [Woman] Number 10.
- [Glen] The Zero X.U. Street Tracker
is a custom-made electric bike
that was modified by Colt Wrangler.
He took a 2013 Zero X.U.
and added LED lighting, aluminum bodywork
and a new rear wheel.
Most of the original bike was black,
so he added the aluminum bodywork for contrast.
He replaced the original 16-inch wheel
with a 19-inch wheel
and moved around the electrical components
while keeping the original wiring harness.
The signature feature of the bike
is the sculptured headlight and number plate combo.
It was made with four pieces and took Colt
almost three days to complete.
The tail section is a combination that was inspired
by both flat trackers and super bikes.
- [Woman] Number 9.
- [Glen] Perfect for bigger cities and urban areas
the Toyota iRoad is a three-wheeled, two-seat trike
that holds two people sitting one behind the other.
This is small at only three feet wide and seven feet long.
Current lean technology gives you the same experience
as riding a two-wheeler.
A small turning radius, increased maneuverability
and no need to remain stable when stationary
or at low speeds.
The system moves the wheels in opposite directions
up and down, and can apply a lean angle
to counteract the centrifugal force.
Operating on a step surface while being driven straight
it compensates for body level and the road surface.
- [Woman] Number 8.
- [Glen] Cora Kitty Hawk is a flying taxi
that has 12 independent rotors that lift it straight up,
taking off like a helicopter and eliminating the need
Cora was made to fly over traffic,
saving time on commutes.
This last year Cora has added to their fleet,
had over 400 test flights and tested the parachute.
The flying taxi includes a triple-redundant flight computer
and has a cruising speed of 112 miles per hour.
After eight years of development they are one step closer
to realizing their hopes.
Cora has now partnered with Air New Zealand
to start the next phase of their evolution.
They are also opening a software development phase
in Atlanta this year.
- [Woman] Number 7.
- [Glen] Better known for cheap scooters
and small motorcycles Kymco has introduced
their first fully electric super bike,
the Super NEX.
Shown for the first time at the Milan show
this bike is expected to have a top speed
of 155 miles per hour.
Able to get from zero to 60 in under three seconds,
the NEX has a full-engagement performance system,
helping less experienced riders
have a perfect takeoff.
To make a better rider experience,
the bike has six gears and they fitted it
with an acoustic motor that produces the sounds
of gears changing and a revving engine.
- [Woman] Number 6.
- [Glen] The Uno Bolt
is a self-balancing one-wheeled electric scooter
that uses gyro force technology for balance.
Like the Segway this moves forward
by leaning toward the front,
and when you lean back it slows down and applies
The Bolt has a range of 25 miles
and a 45-minute charge time from empty to full.
If the Bolt is too much for you
Uno now has a Bolt Mini.
This is designed to ride either standing up
or sitting down and has a charge time of one hour
with a range of up to 15 miles.
You can get a more extended 23-mile range
if you go for the long-range battery.
- [Woman] Number 5.
- [Glen] Created by Polish aerospace company
Jetson Arrow, the Jetson Speeder prototype
is a single-seat EVTOL,
capable of carrying a person
that weighs up to 220 pounds.
Jetson Arrow spent a lot of time testing, building
and programming the prototype from scratch.
The hoverbike powered by eight electric motors
and lithium ion batteries has a flight time
of 15 minutes.
They are now working on designing a lightweight
carbon fiber frame and improving on charging
and battery power.
- [Woman] Number 4.
- [Glen] A modern reboot of the '60s and '70s
beach buggy, the ID Buggy is an electric vehicle
by Volkswagen which has a 150-kilowatt motor
that powers the rear wheels and then sends the drive
to the front axle using an electric prop shaft.
The buggy can also detach from the chassis.
Although this may not be mass produced
Volkswagen is going to offer the platform
of the electric car to other manufacturers
so they can build upon their platform.
- [Woman] Number 3.
- [Glen] Intended to be a zero-emission helicopter
used for transporting human organs
the Robinson electric helicopter
is a converted Robinson R44.
They remodeled it and then added 67 kilowatt-hour
lithium polymer batteries from Brammo.
The helicopter uses twin electric motors
from race car, engineering and electric specialty company
Rinehart Motion Systems.
At a test flight from Los Alamitos Airfield
the aircraft reached a speed of 92 miles per hour
at 800 feet and covered 34.5 miles
in just over 22 minutes.
- [Woman] Number 2.
- [Glen] Launching in Vancouver, British Columbia,
Veemo, specially designed for shared use,
are accessible by using the smartphone app
to reserve a vehicle and manage your trip.
The Veemo comes with automatic smart locks,
turn signals, daytime and nighttime lighting,
and is made of a lightweight composite body.
These electric-assist cycles are a terrific way
to get around the city,
and you can even ride them in bike lanes.
- [Woman] Number 1.
- [Glen] The Kulan Electric
is a lightweight electric-powered utility vehicle
designed for tasks like carrying cattle feed,
hauling loads of produce,
and other things you might need to do on a farm.
This is a quad that weighs only 660 pounds
that can haul up to 2200 pounds.
The all-electric Kulan is a concept at this stage,
but the team behind it has every intention
of bringing the innovative machine to market.
- Hi, everyone, and thank you for watching.
I'm Chandhi with Mind's Eye Design.
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