An autonomous electric ATV designed for sustainable farming

A concept by digital designer Fanny Jonnson envisions an electric ATV using the design language of the famous electric motorbike company CAKE.

If Cake would ever design an electric ATV for farmers, it would be the Kibb. Designer Fanny Jonsson came up with a design proposal that takes hints from the company’s design language to create a new vehicle that combines sustainability and advanced features. 

The Kibb, in the designer’s vision, would be an electric and autonomous ATV with a modular construction that farmers could use as a companion to carry freshly-picked produce while disturbing the soil as little as possible. 

The vehicle takes inspiration from some of the future CAKE has already implemented in their vehicles, such as the ability to power other devices directly. A special shack designed on purpose for the Kibb could also be fitted with solar panels to shelter the vehicle and recharge it at the same time.

Jonsson went into great detail, showing how such a vehicle could fit into CAKE’s sustainable approach. Despite the exciting concept, we’re not sure that agricultural ATVs are precisely the direction in which the Swedish electric company’s headed.

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