The electric vehicle was designed and developed by a team of students at the University of Adelaide.
The main distinction of EDWARD from other green vehicles is a set of two wheels joined together through an axle and other equipment.
The vehicle features a seat for the driver and driving mechanism. The place of the driver is found between the wheels facing the controls.
There’s no problem with balancing thanks to the orientation of the two-wheels.
In order to provide a rock-free ride, the team decided to equip its vehicle with dynamic lateral stability and slosh control. Thus they were able to reduce the gerbling effect, which was EDWARD’s biggest issue.
The drive can activate or de-activate the upper mentioned feature in case of forceful braking or rapid acceleration.