Organic and aerodynamic lines, designed to maximize performance with minimum consumption, created with the intention of focusing automotive towards a clean and emission-free future, born to return to the origins and find in the wind the “infinite” energy this world needs.
The starting point was the need for a change, to conceive private transport as an alternative future and not as an obsolete proposal to eliminate. Electric propulsion, although a good way to reduce emissions and reduce noise pollution (important inside and outside of big cities), remains a source that, in countries like Spain, comes in almost 50% of non-renewable energy; this results in production of C02 and waste production.
Therefore, even indirectly, an electric vehicle remains equally contaminant. That’s why I decided to go a little further and see the environment and how it could exploit its resources. Finally, the solution came back to the origins of the development of humanity, and that is the first autonomous transport energy on history, an energy flowing around us: the wind. That’s why its name, “Yotto” means sailing ship in Japanese, in honor of the mark for which has been designed and energy that goes for saving energy and prolong autonomy with the same load.