HIRIKO CAR PDF

Electric city cars are not a new concept, but in aiming vehicles at a city environment it can side-step many of the issues normally associated with EVs, such as short range and high pricing. Those issues are even less likely with the Hiriko electric car, which is designed to fill the "first and last mile" problems. For those who use mass transit, this can sometimes result in an inconveniently long walk, so that's where the Hiriko comes in. As The New York Times reports, the Hiriko is designed for short-distance car sharing schemes, allowing people to cover those first and last miles, using clean electric power. It provides an alternative for car-pooling, bicycle-sharing, shuttle buses and other transport solutions, and is an attractive option for those who don't want to sacrifice the comfort and personal space of private cars. We've featured Hiriko before on GreenCarReports, but the project has now moved beyond the computer-generated stage to a small production run.

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There's certainly a great amount of hype behind that Spanish, MIT-backed EV project called Hiriko , and although we'd been given an idea of how much this miniature ride would cost to make, we still hadn't heard any word on the official MSRP. Unfortunately, we've yet to hear what roads around the world the Hiriko Fold will be hitting after launch, but as you may or may not know, the company does say it'll be perfect for cities like San Francisco, Barcelona and Berlin.

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The Hiriko is a folding two-seat urban electric car that was under development by the Hiriko Driving Mobility consortium in the Basque Country of northern Spain. The electric car was to be the commercial implementation of the CityCar project developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab since Three versions were to be developed: the Fold microcar; the Alai, a convertible; and the Laga, a small truck. The Hiriko was to be designed specifically for short-distance urban carsharing programs and municipal fleets. Only one test vehicle and two semi finished ones were ever produced. In public prosecutors in Spain accused six businessmen involved in the project of fraud.

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There's certainly a great amount of hype behind that Spanish, MIT-backed EV project called Hiriko , and although we'd been given an idea of how much this miniature ride would cost to make, we still hadn't heard any word on the official MSRP. Unfortunately, we've yet to hear what roads around the world the Hiriko Fold will be hitting after launch, but as you may or may not know, the company does say it'll be perfect for cities like San Francisco, Barcelona and Berlin. Buyer's Guide. Log in.

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