We all know that future of human transport is electric powered and hybrid vehicles. With rising human awareness about environment, these eco-vehicles are gradually making inroads into the market. Given that today’s vehicles are so polluting, high...
We all know that future of human transport is electric powered and hybrid vehicles. With rising human awareness about environment, these eco-vehicles are gradually making inroads into the market. Given that today’s vehicles are so polluting, high fuel and space consuming, Flux addresses these inherent issues our society is face to face with.
A concept design by Leigh Hendrik Cosentino, ‘Flux’ is a revolution in the current mode of transportation. It combines the benefits of a small electric vehicle while addressing issues of storage space, weather resistance and alternate efficient power. Additionally, it also has the lightness and accessibility of a human powered vehicle and a new visual appeal at the same time.
Flux is designed simple with a small sized platform tailored for smaller streets and tight car parks. Its usability and ergonomics are centered around one and the only user. This vehicle also aids the pedaling that allows larger amounts of air flow to circulate around the user. Flux is less space consuming and approximately 4 Flux vehicles can be parked in a standard car park perpendicular to the typical parking manor.
This three wheeled vehicle has a tilting mechanism that gives stability to the vehicle at the sharp curves. Entry and exit to the vehicle can be made via a hydraulically controlled vertical tilting door opening a large entry space. A telescoping steering assembly that this vehicle comes up with allows users with different length arms to adjust to their liking.
This vehicle also features the Forward and rearward high visibility LEDs that are positioned high at the rear end for better visibility and indicator lights are placed above the front wheel arches for an almost 360 degree view visibility.