2046 Stack Futuristic Car Concept
2046 Stack Futuristic Car Concept by Tejas Purohit, Kunal Kulkarni, Divyanshu Mittal, Rushikesh Galande, Amruta Ghosalkar & Nischint Gavate is one regarding Michelin Challenge Design Finalists in which this calendar year theme is to design a vehicle for the calendar year of 2046 that features art, lifestyle and ingenuity. Depending on these automotive designers analysis, they will concluded that by the time all of us reach 2046, India would be the actual second most significant economy right after China. This region would have very significant growth of its economy especially throughout Mumbai which is your financial capital associated with India. This economic growth also affects the population progress rate to fairly impressive numbers that will in the end creates numerous space troubles.
Stack futuristic car has been designed to answer these types of challenges by providing any unique user experience associated with commuting. In the potential, our world energy supply would primarily come from sun, blowing wind and water. Nano engineering and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be used in numerous applications, generating Stack would be only one of these people.
Just like its title, this car can be stacked whenever parked. Let’s say that when there had been 2 cars parked, 50% from the length of this vehicle would go inside the particular car inside front of that. In this way, these Two cars only take up because much since 1.Five car space when parked. These designers explained that Stack futuristic automobile design is made up of two components: shell and hammock. The actual shell is the rigid exterior structure (solar cells) which suspends the Hammock (flexible carbon nano fabric). Why hammock? It’s since hammock is flexible material in which suitable to adapt for you to different users’ needs.
Checkout the door of Stack futuristic car, it’s already been designed to resemble your poetic blooming of a lotus flower. The particular asymmetric roof design was inspired by ‘Saree’, the particular traditional Indian dress of women. The particular layers of the roof support the aerodynamics of the vehicle creating the actual golf ball effect. Stack is propelled simply by magnetic levitation technology as well as utilizes two magnets, one rotor magnet and 1 magnet connected to the tyre. To stop any magnetic fields interruption, trolley wheels of this vehicle are covered along with wheel caps. Your gap between these two magnets acts as shock absorbing technique for this vehicle. Powered by four batteries, the shell is actually responsible to produce energy from the sun in order to recharge these batteries.
Designers: Tejas Purohit, Kunal Kulkarni, Divyanshu Mittal, Rushikesh Galande, Amruta Ghosalkar, Nischint Gavate