A noteworthy 3-wheeled utility vehicle has been undergoing development by FORM & DRANG and collaborating car companies. There remains a gap in the market for compact cars that are ideal for congested city driving, all the while offering the user the accommodation of breathing room and storage. The Innvelo Three concept car was expanded into a trio of slightly diverging designs that would cater to more demographics of drivers.
The innovative electric car takes the forms of a commercial, a work and a race vehicle, respectively nicknamed the Bee, the Bumblebee and the Hornet. The biggest difference between the models is in the rear of the bodies, where the Bumblebee has an extended trunk and the Hornet's is minimized. On average, these 3-wheeled utility vehicles weigh 500kg, they integrate a pair of motors and they can be driven up to 100 kilometers per hour.
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