Terrence Teo's V-Trek bike is a bike for the next generation. The sleek roadster's design is based on the aim of maintaining an ecological balance.
V-Trek employs a proton exchange membrane fuel cell that converts hydrogen and oxygen to generate electricity for the bike. The bike features customizable body casing, a light emitting diode headlamp, LED rear signal unit, digital speedometer and metal hydride canisters to store gas.
Implications - Eco-conscious consumers are eager to adopt green lifestyle habits that efficiently reduce their carbon footprints. These customers appreciate modes of transportation that utilize environmentally sound fuel instead of harmful gases. The automobile industry can appeal to the rapidly increasing green market by manufacturing vehicles using green methods and materials.
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The V-Trek Bike is an Eco-Friendly Next-Gen Concept
- By: manzilOct 22, 2010 Updated: Jul 4 2011