The 2wheela project is Andrej Kregar’s most resonant project and has been published in more than 15 countries across 4 continents.
The solution deals with the mobility issues our society will likely face in the future.
The population is constantly increasing in all developing countries and, given the inadequate existing infrastructure, major traffic jams occur. Wanting to find a solution to this problem Kregar developed a car that can be separated into 2 identical pieces, which can act as two standalone small cars. The car offers the spaciousness and practicality of a full-sized family car, but also the agility of a microcar. When separated, each part has only 2 wheels, and its stability is provided by a gyroscope. All propulsion parts are behind the tires, and the car is battery-powered. The passenger entry is through the front windscreen, easing access for the elderly and in situations when the car is parked in narrow parking spaces.
Inspiration for the car’s shape came from the lion head paintings by Pablo Palazuelo.
Judging by the media’s reaction, the concept has fulfilled the wishes and needs of the people, and we hope that we will soon be able to test the car on the road.
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