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SARIT vehicle in Ottawa

Stronach demonstrates his new micro-mobility vehicle

It’s been two years since Frank Stronach started work on his micro-mobility electric vehicle and while it will still take more time before the SARIT (‘Safe Affordable Reliable Innovative Transport’) is out of the prototype phase, that did not stop the Canadian billionaire from showing off two early models at Parliament Hill on Wednesday.
SARIT vehicle in Ottawa

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.

Full Article: driving.ca