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EV Hiriko Concept is a project on LEGO CUUSOO created by Hidaka on February 1st, 2012.

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Now support is 100 over!

Thank you for ALL great supports!

This is Electric Vehicle "HIRIKO" of concept model.

I love this project and design. So I submit "HIRIKO" as Lego Vehicle.

We have to establish new transport system without fossil fuel. So I hope the HIRIKO's project become successful!

I tried to built it, but curved line is very difficult. So I came up with an idea using Lego Dinosaur's Parts. But I have to reconsider and rebuild it.

I submit using Brick type and using Lego Technic type.

When we use Lego Technic for it, we can add special gimmick. Folding up own body with motor for parking!

I made this video in Youtube Lego EV HIRIKO Concept

When you type in "HIRIKO" on the search site (ex. Google), you can find information of it.

I think this is main site. Electric Vehicle HIRIKO

Youtube Elektroauto Hiriko

Please support this project!

What is the HIRIKO project?

HIRIKO is a new concept of urban mobility. A new way of understanding the relationship between the city, its citizens and their vehicles. Much easier, more accessible. Technologically very advanced: a 100% electric vehicle. And, the first entirely electric vehicle. A project that has been conceived from the concern of providing an innovative solution to mobility in the new cities. More sustainable, more social and smarter cities.

The HIRIKO project is an initiative promoted by AFYPAIDA which includes the strategic collaboration of DENOKINN and the MIT's Changing Places Group.

This project was born in January of 2010. During this time, the “citycar” concept developed by the MIT has been picked-up and an enterprise consortium has been formed of co-manufacturing enterprises that have developed its initial prototype and industrialization by means of an innovative production and distribution model.

* This article is quoted the HIRIKO's website in part EVHiriko2