South Expeditions announces the development of its groundbreaking vehicle, the Southmobile.
The vehicle is being broken-in with wine tours around Chile’s Colchagua Valley fall 2017. It is the world’s first two-passenger pedal- and electric-powered hybrid vehicle to ride on roads and abandoned rail tracks. A fleet of Southmobile roadsters will be ready to take travelers on guided winery to-winery culture tours in central Chile.
The more active type will enjoy southmobile’s stylish 1950s formula one look-alike. It has a leisurely cruising speed appropriate for self-drives in the chilean countryside. The car operates on clean energy. It boasts a hybrid engine that relies on human pedaling and an electric battery to advance.
The brainchild of South Expeditions, owner Juan Rodriguez says: “I invented this vehicle because I always felt there was a better way for travelers of varying fitness levels to travel in style, comfort, immersed in the environment, and using clean energy.”
Southmobile is part of a 4-day itinerary, which starts in Santiago, extends to Bodegas RE in the Casablanca Valley, follows through to Pablo Neruda’s Isla Negra house and ultimately finishes in Colchagua.
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