This tiny Dutch automobile for folks with disabilities is taking off


The automobiles vary in worth from round €15,500 for the Canta Consolation to greater than €23,000 for the Canta 2 Inrijwagen.

Older fashions of the Canta have been gas-powered, however the newest mannequin is electrical, in step with municipal efforts. Amsterdam, for instance, goals to be an emissions-free metropolis by 2025. Micromobility can and should play a giant position.

“After we take a look at non-cars, an enormous area of alternative for mobility options turns into attainable,” says Horace Dediu, an knowledgeable on the way forward for micromobility. “This implies not simply extra environment friendly and fewer demanding alternate options for brief journeys, but additionally autos for individuals who are too younger, too outdated, or disabled.”

Dediu notes that “8 billion folks want mobility. Just one billion presently can drive.” Everybody, he says, “can be served by micromobility.”


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