If you are a perfect city commuter and feel absolutely hopeless about the traffic situation, then this Nucleus Car Concept is made for you. Looking at huge SUVs and sedans with just one person in it, adding to the traffic jam, you are sure thinking of being the trend-setter, maneuvering a small and smart car. Inspired by the rather mounting traffic situations on the road, Niklas Wejedal pioneered a futuristic car model that leaves no lack in both, the aspects of comfort and style.
A chief industry designer of INNO Company joined with the development team to develop an inventive self-balancing Scooter. The electricity-powered scooter is different from Segway and holds its patented technology. It makes use of only 2 gyros in order to discover the motion angle, featuring more lighter and lesser gearing system endured by hall switch. As an initial step, the designer designed a scooter having “O” handle, since it makes the self-balancing scooter more innate, light and comfortable for people’s handling. After having heard about the new requirements from the client, the designer went even further to design an innovative outline with more organic influencing language. The handle is designed with careful attention, with an objective of easy handling and secured keeping.
Benjamin Gulak, head of BPG Motors, is attempting to change the face of eco-friendly transportation with the introduction of the Uno III. With its sleek and impressive design, the Uno III – a transforming electric personal mobility vehicle – aims to show that green transportation can indeed be “cool.”
A German company Ewee has developed an electric scooter for personal transportation. Dubbed as Ewee-PT the compact and flexible design of the scooter has been kept to the bare minimum retaining what is absolutely worthwhile. Riding this little personal transporter too is equally hassle free.
A clean, Eco-friendly, simple way to go around in a very busy traffic. The Honda Rogue is a vehicle concept based on the Segway, and more specifically, the P.U.M.A. concept developed by GM. This initial concept by GM transferred the functionality of the Segway and integrated it into a bare-bones, two wheel road vehicle. The Honda Rogue was born out of the assumption that this vehicle would grow into something much more in the future. The final concept is a futuristic, sleek, exterior shell to an assumed evolved P.U.M.A. system. So evolved, in fact, that to operate and steer it one would only need a remote control – much like that of a modern day Wii gaming system.