Mobility post coronavirus is expected to be a bit tricky. There’s a dire need for safe alternatives since people are wary of using public transportation or shared rides. A couple of months ago we reported about the Poland-based company Triggo S.A. which revealed its innovative electric vehicle, Triggo. The two-seater EV seems to be a perfect solution to mobility challenges post coronavirus and the company has now finished the work on its license offer.
Triggo: A glimpse into the future of mobility
Triggo S.A. developed its unique electric vehicle as a response to the growing demand for “future-orientated” urban mobility. The demand is on the rise in large metropolitan regions of Europe, Asia and the Americas, such as for autonomous robo-taxis and car sharing services. What’s unique about Triggo is that the car shares features of a regular car and a bike as it is a two-seater vehicle featuring a variable wheelbase. It takes up 1/5th the space of a standard passenger car.