Seat presents at WMC Minimó, two-seat quadricycle concept
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Seat unveil Minimó, a two-seat quadricycle concept.
Seat says its vehicle combines the advantages of cars and motorcycles to create a nimble electric city vehicle, could be used as part of short-term rental fleets or for individual use.
The Minimó is 2,500 mm long, the same length as the first-generation Smart ForTwo, but It’s much narrower, so it could be parked perpendicular in restricted citizen spaces.
The Minimó design is like the Renault Twizy's, where the passenger sits behind the driver in a similar way to riding a motorcycle.
The vehicle does not just rely on fixed charging points to recharge the battery. The battery can be pulled out and swapped for one with a full charge.
The Minimó has a range of over 100 km on single charge. The concept is designed to operate with future Level 4 autonomous technologies and comes with connectivity solutions to provide a seamless digital experience for private users and shared mobility services based on digital key and wireless Android Auto technology.
After WMC in Barcelona Minimó will also be displayed at the Geneva auto show.