15 PERSONAL TRANSPORT VEHICLES That Could Change How We Travel

Personal transportation is what gets
people around and moving around the cities, states and even countries. There
are many ways that people like to travel from motorbikes to cars
quadcycles, scooters and even a new type of personal aircraft you can fly
hands-free, that comes with an airbag system and that there are plenty to
choose from. This is Glen and this is our list of 15
personal transport from land, to air, today and beyond. Thank you for watching Mind’s Eye Design. Number Fifteen Developed by Citroen and
debuting at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019 the ME-1 is a small, low-tech,
low-cost, electric vehicle designed for sharing. Instead of private ownership,
operation is allowed without a driver’s license in some countries, by ages 16 and
up, due to quadricycle laws. The two-seat vehicle is meant to be driven in an
urban environment, as a cubic body and economy of design, same doors on the
right and the left, with symmetrical parts on the rest of the car. The ME-1
made a big splash so you might see this one soon. Number Fourteen The EZ Raider HD4
can be driven on all terrains, and is capable of operating in dunes, and even
snow, and thick mud. A four-wheel drive scooter this contrived slow and also
stop in steep terrain. Don’t worry about getting stuck out in the middle of
nowhere too much since this has a travel distance of about 50 miles on a single
charge. A patented long-range travel suspension allows you to use this at
speed on extreme off-road terrains, due to high ground clearance and a low
center of gravity. Did I mention this can also climb stairs
and has an impressive towing capacity? Number Thirteen Produced by Torrid, an
electric mobility company in Spain, the Muvi is an electric scooter designed
for use in advertising and you can customize it for a wide range of
business applications. A state-of-the-art motor scooter, this is easy to drive, has
room for a passenger, and the buddy seat has storage space that will fit a helmet.
Made for people who value practicality and time, this has front and back LED
lights, disc brakes, and is safe and fun to drive. The dashboard offers Bluetooth
connectivity and is easy to read. If you have any problems the scooter
can be serviced by the factory remotely. Number Twelve The Z-Scooter is a self
balanced scooter inspired by the design of Cora Dino d’ascanio and is basically
a transformation kit. You can purchase the Ninebot, a leader in the sector of
electric scooters, and the package or just the package by itself, and add it to
your own base model Ninebot Scooter. This scooter comes with an electronic speed
panel with speedometer and remote control, intuitive mechanical steering
with a removable and foldable base, and an adjustable LED light with intensity
control. You can also get a personalized finish with a quality paint job, then the
durable tires can be replaced with all-terrain tires, if you desire. Number Eleven Before it’s Geneva debut,
Spanish Car Manufacturer, Seat, revealed the electric quadricycle Minimo at the
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Minimo offers enhanced mobility, a
reduced vehicle footprint, and is promised to be what car-sharing
companies have been waiting to be. The two-seat minimo merges the practicality
of motorcycles with the qualities of superminis, with large 17-inch wheels on
all four corners. The depleted batteries are replaceable with charged ones in a
matter of seconds. Looking the same as the concept in Geneva, the production
version is expected in 2021, although it will be made of other materials. Number Ten The XR 3 Personal Transit Vehicle is a super fuel-efficient, 2 passenger
plug-in hybrid, that is based on existing technologies, and conserving energy. A fun
driving experience this performs like a conventional automobile. It’s 3 wheel
platform and clamshell canopy differentiate the XR 3 from traditional
passenger cars. The vehicles hybrid power system, low curb weight, and diesel engine
are the main ingredients of it’s excellent fuel economy and first-rate
performance. Designed by Robert Q Reilly Enterprises of Phoenix Arizona, you don’t
buy the vehicle from them, you buy plans to build a duplicate of the prototype.
Using the technical information in the construction manual you can figure out
about 500 to 650 hours of build time, depending on which version you build, and
your skill level. Number Nine The Pedilio is a
sustainable alternative to the environment polluting concept of
passenger car traffic. This velomobile offers plenty of benefits including
convenience and physical activity. The combination of human activity and
mobility with the powerful electric motor amplifying your own muscle power
makes you more active. Despite its compact design it has been possible to
ensure ideal stability. The fully suspended chassis frame with the
innovative steering makes driving fun. The luggage box with textile cover
accommodates daily shopping and offers storage space. Using innovative
technology for the electronics and chassis attention was paid to the
efficiency, repairability, and compatibility of the components, while
digital networking of driving functions was purposely avoided. Number Eight First launched in 2015, The
Elf Solar-powered Car now includes the Tactical Elf, an upgraded version of the
Solo, and the two FR models that gives you great flexibility in their use. The
tactical version is drivable in events management, campus and corporate
maintenance and ground cleanup, community policing, or any time you might need
all-day performance. This car is comfortable with excellent
visibility and high payload capacity Using the motor only you can get a top
speed of 28 miles per hour and a range of 45 miles. Of course, you can get more
range if you would like to use pedal power Number Seven Made in France the Lazarus
LMV 496 is a flying motorcycle. Made of a kevlar carbon composite and uses
futuristic features and pendulum geometry combining excellence with
performance and character. On the road the LMV 496 is an electric motorcycle
while turbines provide the power required for takeoff. The power delivered
is around 1,300 horses for 2,800 Newton’s of thrust for takeoff.
Converting the bike from ride to fly mode takes about 60 seconds just long
enough to preheat the Jets before you can lift off. The transition is done by
moving a switch on the dashboard that gives the flight information directly to
the pilot. Number Six Jaczko SkaPinsky developed the
EV-4 Mountain Cart with input from a disabled extreme athlete with testing
in the mountains and on a jump track. The EV-4 is designed to allow riders
with disabilities to comfortably ride on trails, hills, and dirt tracks. Four bicycle
shocks and no tilting mechanism help to provide a smooth ride with no worries
about tipping the card over and spilling yourself onto the track or trail. You can
keep track of the remaining charge and trip info with the LED display. The EV-4 cart is not legal on the roads though so you need to find a suitable
place to ride. Number Five The Torrent Velocipedo is a concept of
three-wheeled electric and an interconnected vehicle that
revolutionizes urban mobility as we know it today. Two front wheels and an upper
dumb guarantee your comfort and safety. Lightweight construction and an
innovative interface make this vehicle technologically advanced and
one-of-a-kind. The new Turret Velocipedo is today’s best alternative to
combustion vehicles and comes in either the cargo or standard models. Number Four Razor cars are based in the
United Kingdom founded by John Barlow and David Chapman and have been
producing KITT cars since the 1980s. The Razor launched in 2012 and is now being
supplied as an entirely built car. You entered the Razor through the roof
canopy which hinges up and toward the front of the vehicle. The Razor trike is
now road-legal and fully MSVA approved. Engine options
include the Hayabusa 1300, or KTM 525 with reverse gear, and
this comes with either left or right-handed Drive options. In the early
2000s Dodge teamed with Razor to build a sports car, but unfortunately, that
concept never came to be. Number Three The GREYP G6 is an electric mountain
bike that comes in three versions. They make their bikes to sell their ideas to
other companies showing them what an e-bike should be. With various battery
colors they celebrate the fact that their bikes are electric. The most
significant difference between GREYP and other e-bikes is that they have sensors
and smartphone technology built-in. Another model, the G 12 has a dual
suspension frame, a strong middle, hydraulic brakes,
three versions, and there are even pedals if you might want to do the work
yourself. Number Two Manufactured by German
company Libell the Dragonfly two in one cargo bike is expected to come out
with their new and improved 2019 model at April’s Spezi Specialty Bike Show. The
bicycle and cabin detached using a quick-release mechanism, then a set of
wheels are folded down to support the rear end, and the attached handlebars are
used to push the stroller around. The bicycle and its cabin are constructed
mostly of carbon fiber and Kevlar and can safely carry two children who are
seven years old or younger. Rollback side panels protect the kids from the
weather and an optional five-point safety harness is available to secure
them in their seats. Number One Lift offers an electric multi
rotor flying experience with no pilot’s license required. Lift doesn’t sell
aircraft and they are opening locations in uncongested scenic areas near major
cities to let people fly their new type of aircraft. This flying machine uses 18
independent motors and propellers for controlled flight and has a triple
redundant autopilot, with a three-axis joystick that is used for control. This
even includes a central and four perimeter floats to land on water if it
becomes necessary. Safety features include a whole aircraft airbag system
and an autonomous ballistic parachute. The Hexa will also fly and land safely
with six of the motors disabled. So you will probably never need to use these
great safety features. If you are looking for protection for
your bike, you might like to check out this waterproof locking capsule. The
Alpen Bike Capsule is designed to keep your bike secure and enclosed while
stored outdoors. The capsule has a ball bearing equipped hinged cover that is
pulled forward over the bike inside, and then locked with an integrated key lock. Hi everyone and thank you for watching.
I’m Chandni, with Mind’s Eye Design. We’d love to hear your feedback. So, please
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