Yellow baby carriage design is a concept for an all-electric baby carriage that would be able to transport a person in its carriage for about two hours.
The concept is called the “Baby Carrier”, which was announced on Twitter by the Japanese government.
In a press release, the project’s developer, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, said the company has been working on the concept for several years and hopes to have it ready for commercial testing by the end of the year.
“This is the first time we have been able to make this first step in this process,” Kawasaki founder Hiroshi Kawasaki said.
He said the Baby Carrier would allow people to stay in comfort for longer periods of time without using up the electricity they use in their everyday lives.
“We think that this baby carriage is a unique idea, but also an ideal opportunity to learn about electric mobility,” Kawamoto said.
The Baby Carrier is expected to be launched at the end to a group of companies and universities, including universities in Japan, the US, Europe and Canada.
It will be the first electric vehicle designed specifically for babies.
Kawasaki Heavy said the project is an attempt to address the growing demand for electric vehicles in the developed world, as more people in developing countries have access to electric mobility.
“The idea is to bring these vehicles to a much wider audience than they have ever had,” Kawas said.
“I believe that in a decade, the demand for these vehicles will be much greater than it is today.”
Kawas said he hopes the Baby Carriage will become a success.
“I want to be the one to bring the technology of the Baby Vehicle to a wider audience,” Kawamish said.
“And I want to do it with the enthusiasm and enthusiasm that is expected from Kawasaki.”
The Baby Carrier is expected have a range of about 30 kilometres and will be able operate for up to 12 hours.
It will have four battery packs that are capable of running for up in the 80 to 180 kilometres range.
At launch, the Baby Carry will be offered to children aged between five and 11, and adults aged between 65 and 74.
The project has attracted a lot of attention from the media and is gaining traction on social media.
A crowdfunding campaign was launched on Kickstarter last week to help finance the project.
We’ve been working very hard to bring this concept to life and we have so many amazing people behind it,” Kawashima Heavy Industries said.