The future of urban transportation might feel more like a theme park than stop and go traffic if this electric diwheel catches on. Fourteen students from the University of Adelaide, Australia have re-envisioned the future of urban transportation with this electric vehicle that mounts a cabin for one driver between two fixed axle wheels — they sort of look like the back two wheels of a wheelchair.
The vehicle — dubbed the Electric Diwheel with Active Rotation Damping (EDWARD) — is capable of traveling at up to 24 miles per hour and can turn its driver safely on their head just like a theme park ride.
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