Most designs solve simple problems, they don’t create ecosystems. Kuma is like the latter. This series of personal mobility vehicles aim to become worthy replacements of automobiles we use today. The designers aim to foster a system that celebrates eco-friendly transport in the hopes that people will make a shift from cars to vehicles like Kuma. The goal is to encourage exercise along with electric transportation, helping the human by providing some sort of physical activity as well as the eco-system by completely cutting emissions.
Designers: Giovanni Alexander Cárdenas Quintero & Edgar Andrés Sarmiento García.