Conceptual stage of electric vehicle for city commuting in Lima, Peru. This project was developed for Gruas Triple A, a company specialized in crane services, mechanical assistance and special delivery services, as a first step towards improving transportation in the outskirts of the city. This project envisions a more secure and efficient vehicle that fits within the cultural and technological reality of Lima.
The informal assembly industry is creating vehicles that are not prepared for circulation endangering the passenger safety and often incurring in fatal accidents.
Improvised vehicles do not offer the necessary performance.
Lack of regulation is causing these vehicles to grow in number and begin to congest main avenues creating disorder and threatening pedestrian safety.
The vehicle must be able to withstand various types of terrains and maintain its stability where roads are still unpaved and where they are affected by both heavy traffic load, and bad weather conditions such as frequent rains.