vehicle with closed body type having been designed for disabled people
to make them able to travel in their wheelchairs on their own in a
range of 50-120 kilometres at the maximum speed of 45 kilometres/hour
irrespective of the weather conditions - it is faster and more comfortable
than any other internal combustion engine or electric driven wheelchair.
greatest advantage is that you do not need to get out of your wheelchair
either at the start or at the end of your travel, you should only
open and close the remotely controlled rear door, and roll in on the
ramp set at the desired inclination angle.
your own safety you can always park at right angle to the sidewalk,
so you can get to and back from the pavement directly on the ramp.
You can park on the road because the ramp has an angle of 20 to the
street which will allow easy access to and from the car.
wheelchair is fixed by an adapter in the docking station to make your
travel safe. Underway you can drive sitting in your wheelchair, using
the handlebar and the clearly visible switches fixed on it, you can
drive also by joystick (from 2010).
batteries are low you can recharge them within 6-8 hours. In order
to run 100 kilometres ( 60 miles). Kenguru uses electric power equalling
two litres of petrol. This calculation includes the following: a daily
charge (cost of electricity), the yearly maintenance of the batteries,
and the cost of the new batteries (every 2 years).
provides you with independence: you can easily commute to and back
from work or school, or do your shopping, visit your family and relatives.
You can go out with friends and have fun, remember how long you have
been looking forward to this independence.
vehicle is qualified as a 4-wheeled electric moped, therefore, you
will need a driving licence of M level (Highway Code exam), or of
higher category to drive it.
of passengers: 1 (driver)
Speed: 45 km/h
50-120 km, depending on road- and weather conditions, and the type
of the batteries.
2125 mm, width (with mirrors): 1620 mm, height: 1525 mm
without batteries: 350 kg, maximum mass: 660 kg
capacity: 2 x 2 kW
4 main batteries, 1 auxiliary battery
230 V, 50 Hz line power
2 electric engines
RAL 1028 yellow
incline capability: 20%
surmountable steep: 25%
Handlebar, instrument switches fitted on the left hand, accelerator
on the right hand grip, by joystick (from 2010).
Controls: (lighting, windscreen wipers) using press-buttons on the
sidepanels of the handlebar
LCD display (battery charge, speed, direction, and failure messages).
mechanism: remotely controlled, manual override inside and outside
System: micro-processor driven (parameters programmable on individual