Rinspeed UC? Concept preview

Concept Cars 14 Jan 2010
Rinspeed UC? Concept preview

At the 2010 Geneva Motor Show Swiss company Rinspeed will unveil a two-seater micro-car equipped with an electric powertrain that allows for a 120km range and a top speed of 110 km/h. It was designed with a possible future series production in mind.


Rinspeed UC? ExteriorThe little speedster measures just 2.50 meters in length and is intended to help avoid gridlock in the inner cities.

The name ‘UC?’, stands for ‘Urban Commuter’ or ‘You see?’.

At the same time an advanced railcar loading system will add the option to cover long distances by train, comfortable, without traffic jams and stress-free.

"The desired mobile carport with integrated battery charging station is conveniently booked via the internet."

The lightweight micro-car is operated with a central joystick and delivers 124 Newton meters of torque.

It reaches a top speed of 110 km/h and has an operating range of 120 kilometers.

But the most important aspect of the vehicle is that there is a good chance that it will be built in series production. The concept is designed be easily adapted and integrated by volume manufacturers. Intensive dialogues at the highest levels are already well underway.

(Source: Rinspeed)

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