Board interface of EET

The attached picture shows what the “dashboard” of the trike would look like (picture 2). The overall look is green since it’s supposed to be environment friendly. It can be whatever color one prefers. The point is that these things (AC/heater, knobs and displays) should be apparent on the dashboard for a rider. I put the max MPH (miles per hour) of 19 as that is the top speed the trike should reach. There are “nozzles” for the AC/heater to enjoy the comforts of the electric trike. There are knobs to turn on and off the AC/heater as well as regulating how high or low the AC/heater would provide air. I have also provided a picture of the back of the trike. I have reflectors on the front and back of the trike (the front reflector is at the base of the windshield (white), while the back reflector is at the back of the trike(red)). There are bars on the frame of the trike in order to make the trike have a feel of a non enclosed trike where the exterior bars are evident to passers by. The door of the trike is like a van door, and should be able to be locked when a triker is inside or outside of the trike. Once the trike is created, the next goal would be to make it available for a very low cost (~$2000). I believe this is a very economical price as there are currently electric trikes that sell for 2-3 times this amount. The next goal would be to have them available for public use in parking garages around NYC. The cost per rental a day would be cheaper than the Citibike. I have other designs for the enclosed electric trike such as the “Porgy” and the “King Cobra” that I plan on releasing later within the next two weeks.

Notice the green "dashboard". Notice the protrusions from the board are the AC/heater and the knobs to control the AC/heater.

Notice the green “dashboard”. Notice the protrusions from the board are the AC/heater and the knobs to control the AC/heater.

 

The battery is showing 98%. The odometer is showing 10,000 miles! And the already mentioned 19 MPH is the max speed of the trike.

The battery is showing 98%. The odometer is showing 10,000 miles! And the already mentioned 19 MPH is the max speed of the trike.

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