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Saturday, May 2, 2015

A concept car can split into a pair of motorcycles

If you dream of owning a car that can turn into a pair of motors. Your dream has become a reality through a concept car Lane Splitter, as reported by Gizmag. Inspiration for the design came from as varied places as the Batman Tumbler and the work of Syd Mead. The Lane Splitter concept was designed by Argodesign
The Lane Splitter concept is an awesome concept car that splits into two motorcycles. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1IijvKS)
Lane Spittler concept is equipped with a pair of models hubless wheels to gain stability in maneuvers also a roof that can be raised as a point of entry of passengers. Then there are two seats and steering fruit, which will be very useful if this concept car is transformed into the motor. This concept car dimensions 128-inch (325 cm) long and shaped asymmetrical.
The Lane Splitter concept was designed by Argodesign. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1b98aiQ)
Vehicle docking and undocking is achieved by the push of a button. The docking connectors are situated towards the front and rear of the docking side of the bikes. An automated docking mechanism with a small landing wheel is used to help stabilize and align the vehicles during the process, much like an auto-parking feature on some of today's cars.
The Lane Splitter concept takes the form of a buggy-like vehicle when in car-mode. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1b98aiQ)
When using a motor mode - separated into two smaller wheels, which makes it a little more stable. The wheels can be re-united when the motor is assembled back into a car. Strength comes from the rear wheel that has pinned with an electric motor.
The wheels of the Lane Splitter concept separate slightly when in bike-mode for increased stability. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1b98aiQ)
The Lane Splitter was designed as part of Wilson's Creative Director for a Day series and was completed in time for the New York Auto Show. *** [EKA FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ARGODESIGN | GIZMAG]
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