One major issue facing transportation is accessibility, especially for those in wheelchairs. From public to personal transit, a wheelchair presents unique mobility challenges. Sure, it's possible to outfit existing vehicles for wheelchair accessibility, but the process is expensive and doesn't always yield a complete, integrated solution. That's where Kenguru changes things. The Kenguru is an electric vehicle with no seats, that allows drivers to control the car from their wheelchair. We went to Pflugerville, TX to try it out.

Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV front view.

  • Image Credit: KENGURU
Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV 3/4 view.

  • Image Credit: KENGURU
Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV side view.

  • Image Credit: KENGURU
Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV
  • Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV interior.

  • Image Credit: KENGURU
Kenguru Joystick Model Project
  • Kenguru Joystick Model Project
  • Kenguru is seeking to bring a joystick-driven model to market through a RocketHub funding project. This will make the EV accessible to power chair users.

  • Image Credit: ROCKETHUB/KENGURU

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