Eagle (Electric Kick Scooter) by Ignas Survila
2017 - 2018, Platinum A' Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design Award Winner
Inspiration
Swiss and Lithuanian startup Citybirds has been making human-powered kickscooters for a few years now, but has revealed what it's calling the "thinnest and lightest electric scooter". Since the very establishment of Citybirds we have understood that we must think innovative and segment-directed in order to compete and seize this enormous eco-mobility market. That is why the creation of an innovative electric scooter with a continuous connection to your smart devices was unavoidable.
Creativity
The lightest and thinnest electric scooter on earth with an integrated handle-build-in dashboard! Its minimalistic, curvilinear frame collapses and nests snuggly together so you can throw it over a shoulder or drag it behind you as you switch between transportation modes during your commute.
Design Challenges
The biggest challenge of the designing process is always how to do not give up in the manufacturing step and create a real product, not only an idea, sketch, or Cgi render but real scooter which would appear on a shop shelves whole around the world. Therefore, design becomes very important part and has important role in this complex process of creation.
Production Technology
Like super cars and jet-fighters, our monocoque construction forges layers of carbon into a seamless frame, maximizing performance and strength. Say hello to the first lightest Electric scooter in the world which weights only 6,9kilograms (without an extra battery).
       
     
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