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Canyon Future Mobility Concept – It Looks Like a Personal e-Car But It’s Actually an e-Bike

As the city changes, so does our generation, more simpler form of mobility is in high demand nowadays, the bicycle. Canyon Future Mobility Concept wants to offer a mobility solution to urban environment, dodging traffic and eliminating the dreaded search for parking. An electric bike would have made it easier to get around town. Combining […]



Canyon Future Mobility Concept – It Looks Like a Personal e-Car But It’s Actually an e-Bike is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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