French Architect Developed Swincar for Off-Road Vehicle

Pascal Rambaud is an architect for his full-time job but he has an interesting hobby of mountaineering and motorsports. Therefore, this hobby leads him to create some vehicle which will make it easier for him to actually do his hobby. Previously, he developed DRIV’UP which enables him to transport go-kart easily. Recently, he developed a more complicated vehicle which looks like go-kart but it is more compact and able to navigate through difficult course. It was later known as .

Swincar is powered by electric. It can run for four hours on a single charge. Compared to ATV which position the driver to be way up and the suspension to be down low, Swincar positions its driver to be at ground level and the suspension to be far higher up, which is exactly the opposite of ATV. Swincar is also equipped with skinny tires to enable it to move along difficult terrain. On top of that the vehicle also offers zero emissions and zero noise level.

For this vehicle, Rambaud has partnered with Jerome Arsac, a businessman and Theirry Jammes, a finance/marketing expert to make Mecanroc, the company which is going to manufacture and promote Swincar.  It is aiming on people who like outdoor activities as well as military and public rescue outfits such as park rangers as their potential customers. The company is also currently looking for distributor to market their product.


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