Emissions Neutral Vehicle That Looks Great Too

evbike.gifWhat looks like a high performance sport bike is also an Emissions Neutral Vehicle designed by the firm “Intelligent Energy”. The bike only goes 50mph, but that’s just fine for nipping around the city. The design is especially innovative for having a removable “core” fuel cell that can also be used for other purposes. No word on the manufacturing date or sale price. (Via Z+Partners)

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Nick holds an MBA in sustainable management from the Presidio School of Management and graduated with a BA in History from Washington University in St. Louis.

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  1. Emissions Neutral Vehicles

    These bikes were designed by the British team Intelligent Energy. The ENV bike is fully-functional and is based around their Core Fuel Cell from the ground up. The Core, which is completely detachable from the bike, is a compact fuel…

  2. Emissions Neutral Vehicle

    These bikes were designed by the British team Intelligent Energy. The ENV bike is fully-functional and is based around their Core Fuel Cell from the ground up. The Core, which is completely detachable from the bike, is a compact fuel…

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