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The SAIC Company’s R – RYZR is a wearable car concept!
If the bike-car hybrid EV was the biggest fantasy of your dreams, then this is it. Better still, what about a science-fiction vehicle that connects to you as if it were a second skin?
Meet the SAIC company‘s R – RYZR electric vehicle. The high-profile company from Marylebone, London, has shattered the shackles of automotive limitations with a concept they call “the ultimate human-machine synergy.”
So why is that? Because this EV comes with a specific suit that must be attached to the seat before you can even run it. SAIC Motor‘s goal is to provide a sublime electric vehicle experience that suits the fashion-conscious audience. So now the advanced jacket R – RYZR Smart-JKT is indeed the key that connects the user to the EV by sitting in the driver’s seat.
By combining the agility of a motorbike with the comfortable steadiness of a four-wheeler, the car-motorcycle hybrid mixes the best of the two worlds. The cockpit of the vehicle is open on all sides to provide riders with an “exciting but safe urban experience.”
R – RYZR is designed for each of the crowded roads & open motorways – this is the unique selling point of the concept.
It features a central spine that runs the length of the vehicle with 2 suspended seats on each side.
The centrally positioned steering wheel with drive-by-wire assistance is meant to work independently of its position. That is, the driver, as well as the passenger, may drive it from their seats by just sliding it.
The EV’s central spine allows the vehicle to pivot on the front & back arms, making it very maneuverable when carving and leaning through tight turns on the hubless wheels.
Carl Gotham, the corporation’s Advanced Design Director, describes the R – RYZR as “a profound & exciting vision of the future of urban mobility.” Exploring the unconventional opens up new modes of transport for the future, as well as new experiences and emotions.”
I agree with this vision because overcoming the challenges of mobility necessitates vehicles that people want to use.