Polish company Triggo has developed an urban electric vehicle with an interesting quality: the width of the car can be adjusted from 148 to 86 cm. Triggo is a unique, electric vehicle that, thanks to its innovative design combines the safety and comfort features of a car with the maneuverability and parking benefits of a scooter. Triggo is a 1+1 seater.
Triggo’s breakthrough technology, its variable geometry chassis, provides two independent chassis modes in one vehicle: cruising-mode for high-speed stability and manoeuvering-mode, to efficiently manoeuver through traffic jams and park with immense ease, taking up minimal parking space.
These features make Triggo ideally well suited to the upcoming revolution in new urban mobility services.The Triggo electric vehicle is 2.6 meters long and is powered by two electric motors each with a power of 10 kW.The electricity is stored in an 8 kWh battery that can be replaced. The battery weighs 130 kg.
Triggo has a width of 148 cm and can run at a maximum speed of 90 km / h. In maneuverability mode, the vehicle can be narrowed to 86 cm to be able to overtake columns of cars or to be able to park in tight spaces. In this mode, the speed is limited to 25 km / h.Wide or narrow modes are activated by the steering control a kind of U, flanked by screens showing the view from the left and right side cameras. The price of Triggo is unknown, it can go from $10K to $20K. More info at triggo.city.
A small digital instrument cluster completes the set-up, while a physical control console is located to the right for activating other driving functions.The vehicle is designed for the fast-growing market of mobile-as-a-service urban transport services and autonomous robo-taxi: meeting the needs of the inhabitants of large metropolises.