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Old 08-07-2015, 04:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Satisfy your trail-saving offroading and rockcrawling w/o a Jeep

Try Swincar E-Spider, a highly flexible electric ride that independently articulates each wheel corner and keeps the driver on a relatively upright position. There'll be a tandem version and even allows disabled drivers use a joystick, for their fun offroad riding!


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Old 08-08-2015, 12:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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seems like a fun yet highly useful vehicle

I hope we'll actually see it being produced
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I'll stick with the grass-powered version, thank you :-)
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I'll stick with the grass-powered version, thank you :-)
...your straw-eating ride's yearly nine tons of excreta are excellent source of renewable energy too.
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...your straw-eating ride's yearly nine tons of excreta are excellent source of renewable energy too.
Or fertilizer for the garden. Remember, what goes around, comes around :-)
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The videos have even been posted on off roading forums... I wouldn't mind trying one out. I don't think it will handle deep mud very well though, but then not much does.

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