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New Vehicle Designed in Tomsk
7.07.2011 12:43
New Vehicle Designed in Tomsk

A Tomsk dweller suggests using a new vehicle for avoiding traffic jams.

      New vehicle is 40 cm high, weighs about 25 kilograms and feeds from batteries. It is very easy to handle with – 10-15 minutes, and you can drive. No driving license is required for this vehicle, of course.

      Vehicle’s prototype consisted of an electric engine, a big wheel and two small ones, and several metal parts.

      The project was awarded a prize during “Start” contest for support of small business in the field of research and development.

      Source: RIA Novosti



Author: Anna Kizilova

Tags: innovation transport    

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