The iCare 333 is an electric vehicle for the future that is inspired by the vintage racecars from the 1930’s. The three-seater comes with a premium cabin and exteriors covered in posh-looking wood-veneer panels. The i-Care 333 was created with the sole aim of making vehicle for the future urban dweller that are easy-to-recharge, zero-emission and create minimum waste during their lifespan. The iCare 333 responds to the urgency of addressing the environmental crisis that humanity is challenged with today and the Belgian-made, locally-built vehicle looks to bring about a cultural revolution via this fun, safe and clean mobility solution.
Since zero carbon emissions would be an essential requirement of the cars of the future the iCare 333 comes pre-fitted with a sturdy electric engine that has a stunning 300 km range on a full charge. A humanoid plugged tablet on the dashboard allows users to “control” the functions of the car with absolute precision. The vehicle will be rechargeable via solar cells that would take just an hour to top up the charge on the vehicle.
The aerodynamic performance of the iCare 333 is higher than existing regular car since its suspensions and rolling parts are lighter and stronger than any current solutions. The vehicle come with permanently inflated airbags to protect from heavy chicks and blasted parts in case of a collision.
The vehicle also has a top speed of 130 km/h and it comes with a strong tubular locally-recycled iron body that allows it to remain as strong as most existing F1 safety systems. The biodegradable body would allow the vehicle to be safely disposed off once it has passed it ‘best by’ date.