The SARIT looks like a hybrid between a smart car, a motorcycle and a tricycle, with three wheels and handlebars instead of a steering wheel and pedals. The doors, like many Jeeps’, are detachable, allowing for personal customization of the vehicle.
A micro-mobility vehicle is defined as a mode of transport that is no larger than three-and-a-half feet wide, seven-and-a-half feet long, and five-and-a-half feet tall. The SARIT was designed to maximize that space, following those dimensions exactly.
“You can fit four of them perfectly in a single parking space”, says Stronach, founder of Stronach International and the York Region-based auto part manufacturer Magna International.
A zero-carbon-emission micro-mobility vehicle is exactly what Canadians need, he says.
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