The X-Frame electric folding vehicle design prototype was recently unveiled at Japan's recent Good Design Expo 2010. This innovation in urban mobility could ultimately replace the common motorcycle or car... well that is if its gets a lot of funding, has amazing marketing, and the green BS is pushed even harder. The X-Frame was designed by researchers at the Nagoya Institute of Technology, and its seating area, actually changes depending on speed, terrain and number of passengers, and when not in use the entire vehicle folds up vertically for storage. Now that's pretty cool! The whole thing runs on a replaceable electric battery located in the vehicle's rear wheel which makes it very green indeed. Lets see if this one come to fruition.
September 2, 2010 6:46 PM | Cars