Design student Lukas Wenzhöfer came up with the Opel Rocks E-Xtreme electric vehicle concept for the ‘Rocks-e Design Hack’ contest, and now, it’s set to become a reality. This all-terrain vehicle features outward facing wheels for a more secure stance, while a double wishbone suspension up front keeps things stable.
Out back, there’s a large spoiler to keep the vehicle planted in turns, but the design was kept simple to offer pure driving fun off the track. There’s no word on the exact battery and motor setup it uses, although Opel will build at least one vehicle. Pricing and availability have yet to be announced.
- Upped The Game: The Gokart PRO comes with a top speed of 23 mph and 15.5 miles range within one single charge. Included Ninebot S MAX, you can easily assemble and detach the Gokart PRO and experience the fun of self-balancing scooter..Operating Temperature : 14–104°F (-10–40°C), Nominal Power : 120 W
- Drift like a Pro: The Gokart PRO has an RR design, the rear engine and the rear-wheel-drive are set up like supercars. Equipped with 4,800W Max engine power and 96N max torque. This allows segway Gokart PRO to sprint from 0 to 23 mph within seconds.
- Keep Your safe: The Ninebot Gokart PRO comes with a high-strength steel frame that can carry a payload of up to 220 lbs and max slope of 15°. Triple anti-collision protection and dual communication technology to increase the safety of the rider.
The many extraordinary design drafts for the Opel Rocks-e show how our innovative all-electric quadricycle inspires – all over the world! The huge interest and the unique ideas prove the potential of electric mobility and small, agile entry-level models. The Rocks-e offers locally emission-free driving fun with wow factor already from the age of 151. We congratulate Lukas Wenzhöfer and at the same time thank all the Design Hack participants for their great creativity and commitment,” said Florian Huettl, Opel CEO.