Swedish electric motorcycle maker Cake has announced the development of the Kibb, an electric, semi-autonomous, all-terrain four-wheeler designed to handle the unique needs of regenerative farming. The Kibb is designed to handle light agricultural tasks autonomously with minimal impact to delicate ecosystems, Cake says, and the company plans to bring the machine into production by 2025.
The Kibb will be a multifunctional battery-powered ATV capable of operating with or without a human driver. The modular body of the Kibb will have different attachment points to allow for compatibility with a variety of ATV accessories. It can also act as a mobile power station, providing the farmer with a new best friend to perform the day-to-day duties associated with regenerative agricultural life. The Kibb will also be able to perform simple tasks autonomously, according to Cake.
All Cake names derive from the island of Gotland in Sweden. The Kibb comes from the local ancient language “Gutniska” and means “ox.”