Friday, April 23, 2010

"Designer Ilia Vostrov has come up with a portable motorbike named the “Monobike” that moves briskly, thanks to its compact design, even on crowded urban roads and needs very little space for parking. Moving on the front wheel that consists of two segments allowing stability and the rear wheels, the Monobike presents high maneuverability and steadiness at a low speed. Powered by electrical engines, the Monobike can reach the top speed of 180 Km/h on the highway, while a special ducting opens to accelerate and change air direction, lifting its “tail” and the rear wheel. Moreover, the zero-emission vehicle can be parked vertically, making it space efficient."

Via: The Design Blog

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