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Prolific industrial designer [[Yves Béhar]] unveiled never before seen plans for his ''[[Product Hacking|hackable]]'' solar powered [http://www.inhabitat.com/index.php?s=electric+vehicle electric car]. While Béhar and his design studio [http://www.fuseproject.com/ Fuse Project] are not new to [http://www.inhabitat.com/transportation/ transportation design], this next project will be very different from the [http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/02/05/mission-one-motorcycle-by-fuse-project/ Mission One electric motorcycle] in that it will be designed specifically for the developing world. The idea is that this cute and affordable car will have a standard base frame, but the other components would be almost totally customizable by the end user. Check out all of Inhabitat's exclusive pics of this just-unveiled electric car.
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Prolific industrial designer [[Yves Béhar]] unveiled never before seen plans for his ''[[Product Hacking|hackable]]'' solar powered [http://www.inhabitat.com/index.php?s=electric+vehicle electric car]. While Béhar and his design studio [http://www.fuseproject.com/ Fuse Project] are not new to [http://www.inhabitat.com/transportation/ transportation design], this next project will be very different from the [http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/02/05/mission-one-motorcycle-by-fuse-project/ Mission One electric motorcycle] in that it will be designed specifically for the developing world. The idea is that this cute and affordable car will have a standard base frame, but the other components would be almost totally customizable by the end user. Check out all of Inhabitat's exclusive pics of this just-unveiled electric car. [...] They think this concept would work really well with [[Trexa EV Platform|Trexa’s modular EV platform]].
 
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<ref>http://www.inhabitat.com/2010/02/26/yves-behar-unveils-new-hackable-solar-electric-car/</ref>
  

Revision as of 11:27, 1 March 2010

Prolific industrial designer Yves Béhar unveiled never before seen plans for his hackable solar powered electric car. While Béhar and his design studio Fuse Project are not new to transportation design, this next project will be very different from the Mission One electric motorcycle in that it will be designed specifically for the developing world. The idea is that this cute and affordable car will have a standard base frame, but the other components would be almost totally customizable by the end user. Check out all of Inhabitat's exclusive pics of this just-unveiled electric car. [...] They think this concept would work really well with Trexa’s modular EV platform. [1]

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