The Mobilize brand of Renault at the 2022 Paris Motor Show presents its micro-mobility solution with the Mobilize Solo concept prototype, representing a cross between a scooter and an electric microcar. It is open on one side but at the same time offers the coverage of a roof. The Mobilize Solo concept reaches a maximum speed of 25 km/h and can be driven without a seat belt, helmet, and license, but airbags are provided in the event of an accident. For driving, it also has a joystick as a steering wheel, a detail that refers to the world of video games.
Specifically, Mobilize Solo concept is equipped with 3 wheels: two drive wheels at the front and a smaller one with steering at the rear. The asymmetrical body allows you to board only from the left. Once on board, the reclining seat tilts forward, freeing up a deep space provided for storing the bag.
As for recharging, three solutions are proposed: via cable, induction (wireless), or with a battery change. Thanks to induction technology, several Mobilize Solo concepts stuck together can be recharged simultaneously using a single charging point. The first vehicle in the queue is connected to the bollard and transmits electricity by induction to the other Solo concepts behind it.