Z continue together, but can separate from each other if necessary - in two completely autonomously operating mobile units - that is the basic idea of Wilson's mobility concept. Argodesign made a three-meter-long cabin scooter in a double pack.
Electric drive for the cabin scooter sandwich
Everyone The driver sits in his own cabin with his own controls and steering wheel under his own dome. If the two modules are linked, one of them takes the lead. If you want to go separate ways, the two scooters can be disconnected from each other. The hubless twin front wheel is also split for more driving stability. The drive of the lanesplitter is located on the respective rear wheel and is - of course - an electric motor.
Whether the lanesplitter is ever built depends on whether Wilson can find a production partner who can turn his idea into a real vehicle. At the past New York Auto Show, Wilson was busy cleaning the handles.