Three wheels, innovative tilting technology and a differential are the basic components of the new CUBE Concept Dynamic Cargo trike. This unique prototype of a step-through E-cargo trike was developed in close cooperation with BMW and aims to revolutionise the classic cargo bike with a new approach.
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The two Bavarian companies, CUBE and BMW, have gone one step further to drive the urban mobility transition. With their Concept Dynamic Cargo trike, they’re presenting an innovative concept for sustainable and long-term mobility, promising an ultra-compact, safe and manoeuvrable vehicle for everyday use with their step-through cargo trike. The CUBE Concept Dynamic Cargo trike is said to have been developed specifically for urban environments. We were the first magazine to have the exclusive chance to put the trike to the test. The model we tested is a concept bike, meaning that it isn’t yet production ready and the components and solutions can still be changed or added. That said, the bike is ridable and a production model should be available on shop floors by the end of 2022 for around € 6,000. Alongside the CUBE Cargo Sport Dual Hybrid (review here), the Concept Dynamic Cargo trike is already the second cargo vehicle in CUBE’s portfolio. However, their collaboration with BMW on the new Concept Dynamic Cargo is a first and focused primarily on the development of the innovative tilting mechanism. The trike debuted at the IAA Mobility expo (covered in this article) in Munich.
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Words & Photos: Peter Walker