Electric Quadricycle Replaces Side Mirrors With Dashboard Video


Manufacturer debuts the world's first four-wheeled motorcycle powered by electricity.

Yi Chen
  • 24 may 2012

The world’s first e-quadricycle was revealed by Ample International at the Electric Vehicle Symposium in L.A. this week. Called the ‘Eo,’ this electric vehicle has replaced the side mirrors with camera lenses instead. The built-in dashboard is able to display real-time video streams from the backward-facing cameras.

The small vehicle can be designed to fit up to three people, and reach a maximum speed of 65 km/hr, and has a range of 200km on a single charge. Shida Zheng, a representative from Ample, explained that the Eo is a “four-wheeled motorcycle, completely powered by electricity.”

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