The TRIVIA is a concept vehicle created at the Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Parana in Brazil.
It’s an electric tricycle that can protect you from excessive wind, rain and extreme temperatures.
It’s slightly larger than most motorcycles and has just enough room one person.
It’s designers include Felipe Degasperi Aranega, Sergio Tadeu Almeida Curitiba, and Felipe Andretta Costacurta.
The TRIVIA is an Electric Tricycle Concept Vehicle
Although it has an electric engine it’s designed to have pedals to increase fuel efficiency and get exercise.
It uses gears similar to that of a bicycle. The design also includes air conditioning and a luggage rack. In 2009, it earned the iF concept award.
Photo Courtesy of TRIVIA/YouTube
If you like this little electric scooter-car, watch the video clip to see exactly how it works:
I like ideas for smarter vehicles and commuting because it’s something that’s going to continue to evolve.
I also like how this concept vehicle promotes a lifestyle that encourages people to stay healthy and active.
Unfortunately this would dangerous on most public roads, but in areas where bicycles and scooters are common, the TRIVIA concept vehicle can work.
What are your ideas for how we can commute more efficiently? Would you even consider this or would you simply go car-free?
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