The CarGo’s narrow mode is designed for rapid delivery of heavy traffic, and offers banking corner action which handles more like a delivery report motorcycle than a van or truck. The electric vehicle can switch to variable track and wheelbases to accommodate those configurations. To further reduce its footprint on the way when not in use, storage space can be released from the vehicle.
The concept from designer Adam Schacter can be configured in three modes a full pickup mode for larger payloads, a compact pickup mode where sections are located on along the cabin and a narrow mode with tilted cargo bay for higher maneuverability.
Urban traffic congestion is an increasing problem which affects countless delivery companies every day. The unique “CarGo” concept addresses this issue with its variable track, wheelbase and load carrying configurations.
Primarily designed for small, inner city deliveries, the battery powered CarGo’s innovative design allows the operator or driver to quickly adapt the vehicle to suit both traffic conditions and load volume/type.
The CarGo has one seat and provides three standard configurations:-
•Narrow mode with banking corner action.
•Pick-up truck mode for larger payloads.
Due to its inherent flexibility, the CarGo would be an invaluable addition to any urban delivery company’s fleet by offering:-
• Enhanced versatility for use in
areas due to variable mode options.
• Faster delivery time in heavy traffic as
Narrow mode gives reduced width and
• Easier parking due to compact size.
• Eco-friendly status as a zero-emission
• Reduced running costs i.e. lower fuel
and road tax costs, congestion charge
• Clip-On composite body panels allow for
corporate branding and low repair