Metro Cell Vehicle Concept is like driving a shopping cart on busy streets
Concept vehicle powered by electricity.
Auto designer Eric Seunghun Beak is envisioning a future where no one will have to buy expensive electric cars as they’ll be as easy to find as shopping carts in a supermarket. Eric has designed a concept vehicle called the “Metro Cell Vehicle” for the year 2015. The car will be a one person semi-private vehicle system, which is called the PDD (Pickup-Drive-Drop).
The car will be available in metropolitan cities and a potential user will just have to find the nearest cellular stack. Users can then pickup any electric vehicle from the stack and drive anywhere in the area. On reaching the destination, once the passenger disembarks from the car the vehicle automatically goes back to the stack, without any transferring. The vehicle is powered by a set of batteries that fuel the hub motors present in the wheels of the car.