‘z-triton’ by latvian studio zeltini is a tiny electric camper that incorporates the functions of a home, a boat and a trike to enable users to travel over land and water. the amphibious mobile unit is designed for weekend getaways deep into nature, or ‘expeditions around the world,’ according to the studio. the vehicle can sleep up to two people, while it measures 3.6 meters in length, 1.2 meters in width, and 1.55 meters in height.
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‘z-triton’ is still in the prototype phase, while zeltini has been test-driving it in different seasons to ensure its durability and performance. combining the functions of a house, boat, and trike, the blue-and-orange vehicle is easy and fun to ride both on land and water. the tiny unit incorporates a tricycle on one side, which folds up to enable the transition from land to water.
the vehicle has room for two people to sleep comfortably, allowing for both long adventures and quick getaways into nature. equipped with electric assistance, it allows users to control power, lighting, temperature, and more. the latvian studio will release more info on z-triton’s availability and price soon.
type: house-boat-trike for 2
power: 250W x 2 electric motor hubs & electric outboard engine
price: coming soon
wheels: 2 x 20 inches & 1 x 36 inches
dimensions: L=3.6m, W=1.2m, H=1.55m
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