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AKO Trike: prototype 2
lithuanian

Inovatyvią transporto priemonę kuriantys lietuviai sako, kad tai gali tapti sprendimu miesto kamščiuose ar ieškant išties tvarios transporto priemonės. Vienas iš MB „Rimti Ratai“ įkūrėjų Artūras Mikalauskas įsitikinęs – jų projektuojama elektra varoma ir vienu įkrovimu galinti nuvažiuoti net 300 km triratė transporto priemonė „AKO“ gali ne tik linkti į posūkius, visai kaip motociklas, tačiau

AKO Trike Render
global

PANDO MOTO was born out of a wild idea, and years later, our CEO Marius remains as wild as ever going on motorcycle adventures around the world and testing custom-built machines that are about to become the next thing. So it surprised exactly no one when one day, he turned up on an AKO Trike,

AKO Trike Tilted
global

By: Dustin Wheelen Electrification is the undoubted new frontier for motorcycles and scooters. While the technology has a long road ahead, features like one-speed transmissions could help more people hop on bikes. Another way to convert motorists from four wheels to two is finding a middle ground, and Lithuanian startup AKO is hoping to bridge the gap

Kuriame Lietuvos ateitį
lithuanian

Įgyvendinus projektą rinkai bus pasiūlyta inovatyvi, uždaru kėbulu, kompaktiška, saugi, mobili, neteršianti aplinkos, mažinanti transporto spūstis inovatyvi triratė transporto priemonė, turinti priekyje du, o gale – vieną ratą  (toliau PTT priemonė). Bendrojoje transporto priemonių rinkoje tai būtų tarpinė alternatyva tarp motociklo bei lengvojo automobilio ir pasižymėtų privalumais bei teigiamomis savybėmis, būdingomis tiek motociklams (manevringumas, dinamiškumas,

AKO Trike Render
global

AKO is a Vilnius, Lithuania-based EV startup that has been hard at work developing the AKO Trike. This two-seater electric three-wheeler is now on its second-generation prototype and features a novel leaning mechanism. The AKO Trike sports what at first appears to be a simple steering wheel and column. Turning the wheel also turns the

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