Dimitris Niavis unveils another concept tricycle alternative, something that seems to be made to try and address the growing issues of transport and fuel woes. This time around, Dimitris offers the Kaylad 2.0 Electric 2.0 electric tricycle concept.
Aside from being the usual pedal-powered bike, it comes with the electric assisted motor that seems to be getting quite popular these days. Aside from that, the Kaylad comes with LED lights, hydraulic brakes, tubeless tires and removable mirrors.
The concept also includes a secure luggage holder or optionally a “K-trolley” heavy-duty container that can be mounted on the front of the bicycle.