Off-road carts have become increasingly popular among people who want to enjoy a more extreme and rugged form of outdoor automotive enjoyment, but the fact of the matter is that most existing solutions in this space do not cater to extreme athletes with disabilities, a problem that the brand new EV4 Mountain Cart aims to tackle.
Developed by innovator Jack Skopinski, the EV4 Mountain Cart comes equipped with a pair of hub motors that are capable of churning out 1,000 watts of power, allowing the vehicle to attain a top speed of 40 km/h, which is plenty when bouncing around on rugged terrain. Elsewhere, this cart promises a range of up to 80 km with only three to four hours of charging.
Priced at $5,285, the EV4 Mountain Cart is a great example of the importance of adapting extreme sport technologies for the needs of people with disabilities.
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