Anand Mahindra shares video of newly innovative motorcycle wheelchair, netizens bow
Business mogul Anand Mahindra recently shared a video clip of a man in a wheelchair. But what left people amazed was that the person with a wheelchair can be detached and reattached to ride a tricycle. Sharing the clip on his Twitter account, Group Chairman Mahindra said the innovation would help improve the lives of people with disabilities.
“I don’t know how old this video is, where it’s from or who it is. I got it randomly on Signal. But it looks like a really cool, thoughtful innovation. Really a way to speed up the process. lives of people with disabilities… This deserves to be supported .. and I would love to help you, ”Mahindra wrote on her Twitter account.
A Chennai-based startup, “NeoMotion” backed by IIT Madras, initially created and manufactured the product. “We are an incubated start-up of IIT Madras, located in Chennai. We manufacture wheelchairs and accessories for people with reduced mobility and the elderly!” He said responding to the tweet of Mahindra.
The innovation is called NeoBolt. It has been designed to help people with reduced mobility move around independently in cities. It is a battery-powered off-road motorcycle, the Indian Express reported. The motorized machine’s attachment and detachment function allows them to move effortlessly.
Internet users welcome innovation
Since the video was shared yesterday, it has gained over 2.3 million views and over 20,000 likes. Appreciating the product, many internet users said that it was indeed a thoughtful and substantial innovation for people with disabilities. Users of the product have also shared their experiences in the comments section.
“It’s a life changing for me, it gave me a lot of freedom and independence. The video you posted was from neo motion @neomotionlife, a Chennai-based company. we can all drive easily. ”one of the product users wrote with his video.
“Yes, it’s really good for people with disabilities. Very good concept of folding bike. We should think about producing in bulk to help the disabled person to have mobility. Really, it’s a very good innovation”, wrote another Twitter user.
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