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XSense Futuristic Personal Vehicle

In large cities such as Tokyo, the large number of cars clogging traffic makes all the hard enough. Hence the need for agile and compact vehicles like the concept XSense.

XSense tricycle is a futuristic quite original. Supported by its three wheels after three separate parts, the vehicle is adjustable in length and height. Indeed, the hinges at the end of the three parties are flexible and can adjust the position of the driver. XSense has a single site with file around which fall seat belt and steering wheel. Seated, the driver may have legs straight or bent, according to his desires. Each leg is comfortably installed in both parties supporting the front wheels, then separated. Although the designer has not yet ruled on the subject, it is likely that the vehicle uses an electric motor.

 

XSense was designed by Japanese designer Shinsuke Aizawa. This graduate of Oyama National College provides tricycle rather unusual for Youth of Tokyo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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