This N6 vehicle concept by Matteo Gentile has a shape of a banana. This vehicle can carry only one person at a time so you can call this as your personal vehicle. The steering of the vehicle is made of cushion like substances giving a good rest to your arms. At the center part of the vehicle you will notice a black patch giving it a good combination of two colors and making it more stylish. The wheels (both front and rear) are made of tubeless tires supported by a steel frame.
Designed by Haishan Deng, The Chameleon is an innovative concept truck that has segmented body which enable the truck to adjust its size to fit the container. The resilient soft tarpaulin shelled body is strong enough to protect its cargo but also absorbs impacts in case of accidents. As an added benefit fuel savings abound since the truck�s weight is slashed in half.
I-K is a Snowmobile concept that was created in base of an extensive investigation on the possible future needs in snow environments as ski areas. This is a patrol unit that allows the user to have a full freedom and incredible power. With 2 positions of use, patrol and speed, this unit is able to change its configuration to give a better view to the user when is searching in slow speed and in the case that more speed is needed it configures in a aerodynamical position. This design was fully developed by GRUPOTORO Studio, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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With the new concepts being designed by the car manufacturers, they want us to believe that the future is here. Similarly, Ego designed by Volkswagen is a part of concept vehicles offering a glimpse of what to expect from Volkswagen in future. This two seater sports car design is targeted for the year 2028, a good two decades from now! The body shape is simple, and is an all electric power source, and uses high performance batteries which are charged by fuel cell and the car shall be emitting water. The interiors has intelligent driver aids to warn the driver of hazards and an advanced cruise control with even no need of involvement for the driver; with so many options just cruise along!
Designed by a guy called Harald Cramer, it’s a custom-made time-trial cycle with all sorts of weird and wonderful innovations. The Y-frame shape means that the Oryx is shock-proof and keeps you in contact with the road at all time, and there is a one-sided fork and chain-stay. In time trial races, like the Contre la Montre at the Tour de France, every second counts, that?s why Oryx possesses an identical pair of wheels which can be removed by the push of a button.