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A Two-Wheeled Electric Vehicle To Zip Through City Streets

The Citi.Transmitter is an adorable single seat modular transportation device, designed to solve our urban traffic problems.

When was the last time you saw a two-wheeled electric car on the road? There aren’t many out there yet, but the number could slowly increase as vehicles like Lit Motors C-1 (a mutant half car, half motorcycle set to be released in 2014) and GM’s autonomous EN-V start to roll out.

Vincent Chan, a designer at Body Glove, has his own idea for a single-seater, two-wheeled EV: the Citi.Transmitter, a modular EV with a master unit–containing the driver, battery, and motor–that can be attached to any number of slave units. According to Inhabitat, the reference design for the vehicle is GM and Segway’s Project P.U.M.A, a two-wheeler prototype that has a range of 25 to 35 miles and a top speed of 25 to 35 mph. The Citi.Transmitter is purely for urban driving, in other words.


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