This modern electric cargo bike will keep food delivery people happy.

Fridays bring a sense of joy for the upcoming weekend and perhaps the odd house party that requires local snacks or fast food from the popular restaurant. You pick up the phone and wait for home delivery to order food like there’s no tomorrow.

Everyone’s eyes shine when the courier brings your food. But the person who gets your delivery home safely on time seems exhausted and confused.

Designer: Anastasia Berg

Anastasia’s main project at HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences, the purpose of this concept cargo bike is to put more thought into the comfort of delivery staff around the world who pass chalk and cheese through the city streets to ship your home deliveries every day. a single day without errors.

Taking Berlin as an example of safe and healthy food delivery for delivery staff is the aim of this student project. Another important aspect is the need for specially designed two-wheeled cargo vehicles for food deliveries in the modern era. Such food distributions are mostly done in the city using regular bicycles or electric bicycles.

This is the D-VIL e-bike concept that takes into account every aspect of food delivery in cities. The need for riders/company offices, large companies, things like repairability, durability, recyclability and durability. Some inherent problems with food delivery in crowded cities include the size of the bike, its agility when carrying things like bottles or heavy food, the need to constantly check the phone for directions, and sometimes inclement weather. All this creates a sense of uneasiness and danger in the subconscious mind of the deliverer.

An undeniable disadvantage is constantly carrying backpacks in the absence of the attached storage box with the vehicle. This can lead to long-term health problems. Apart from that, it creates a restriction in traffic and hinders the driving experience. When you add to all these problems the pressure of delivering things on time, everything feels like a challenge every time. The battery-powered D-VIL aims to overcome all these problems to some extent with its control panel, light and camera array and special luggage compartment.

The upper glass roof provides protection from unpredictable weather conditions while driving without losing the feeling of spaciousness. For better stability, the rear wheel consists of two wheels combined with a swingarm module reinforced with impressive suspension. Overall, the electric cargo bike has a more modern feel, just look at the ride panel and interior trim.

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