Winter Semester 2009 / 2010,

split

Split is a new concept of urban vehicle for shared-use and unlimited accessability. The driver sits upright and steers the tricycle with a handlebar. The cabin can transport one person with lots of luggage or two persons with less luggage. The ultra-lightweight autobody is shaped as one filament winding composite structure. According to the biological growth process of wood, by an orientation of the fibres appropriate to the local stress condition. The Buggy is electric driven by an in-wheel motor at each rear wheel. The exchangeable drive unit is powered by either a battery pack or a diesel generator.

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split_back
split_back

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concept
concept
Sustainable mobility is about inter-connecting transport systems which have to provide door-to-door-service. Therefor Split is a new concept of urban vehicle for shared-use. The novel layout divides the classic automobile into a passenger cabin and a trailer. The cabin can transport one person with lots of luggage or two persons with less luggage. These highly space saving vehicles are numerously dispersed within the urban area and can be hired at anytime. The communication between you, a vehicle and the network management system offers unlimited accessibility. A wide range of trailers is available that can be connected by the electronic drawbar to extend the capacity of the vehicle. These trailers are concentrated at easily accessible centers, such as home&garden centers, or around shopping malls.
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winding
winding

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wickeln
wickeln

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assembly
assembly

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modell
modell

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side
side

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wickeln
wickeln

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experiments
experiments

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Nominierung
Nominierung

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