Interestig, but I think I have seen similar "inventions" before,
though it was not an existing suitcase that was converted - if my memory
serves me well, it was a red or yellow hardshell designed to contain all
the ingredients for a personal mobility EV (mostly indoor targeted IIRC)
BTW, the US patent for this idea appears to be from 1988:
So, if patentn attorneys do their work, it can't be patented anywhere after 
this, since the invention is published and considered State of the Art.
But you never know - he might have "applied for patent" (patpend) and
probably will receive a message he does not want to hear very soon...

Cor van de Water
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-----Original Message-----
From: EV [] On Behalf Of Lawrence Rhodes via EV
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 12:33 PM
To: Electric Vehicle Discussion List
Subject: [EVDL] Suitcase EV.
  It's no joke and patented.  This Chinese farmer who didn't graduate 
elementary school built this cleaver device.  Lawrence Rhodes.
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