Fold-Away Doors

Disappearing Car Door – YouTube

In essence, the door folds back into the car body, meaning that it doesn’t protrude outwards when opening up.

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SMART Concept

Your Personal Drive-In Movie Theatre | Futuristic NEWS

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Same Seat Layout

Future Transportation – Futuristic Car: Peugeot 360 Has Got No Wheels

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Light, Futuristic Dashboards

Future Transportation – Top Ten Futuristic Dashboard from Paris Motor Show 2008

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Lexus Nuaero

Future Transportation – Futuristic Car: Lexus Nuaero Concept is Straight Out of Starship Troopers

Design credit:  Jon Radbrink

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Small 9″ Motor

Motor, Advanced DC #FB1-4001, 9.1″, single shaft

This motor is the perfect size for a small EV.

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Nissan Weave

Future Transportation – Eco Cars: Nissan Weave to solve traffic and fuel crisis

Design credit: Nigel Chen

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Bikes in a Car

Future Transportation – Seoul Bike Tour System By Kukil Han

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Egg. Go. Clean, but is this novel?

Future Transportation – Citroen EGGO – Electric Car By Damnjan Mitic


The Citroen EGGO concept by Damnjan Mitic is a breath of fresh air in a
world full of hot-rod speedster concepts. The electric coupe is powered
by 4 motors built in to each wheel that can be supplemented with power
from a solar panel roof. The egg shaped provides a compact, strong
structure & glass, scissor-style doors ensure total visibility of
the area around the vehicle. ATV-like suspension makes for a comfy,
adjustable, & weather-ready driving experience. Perfect for the hot
soccer mom of the future

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Creating Oxygen by Moving

Future Transportation – Nyx Vehicle Concept By Elizabeth Pinder

“Nyx Vehicle Concept
by Elizabeth Pinder is a clean vehicle for private transport with a
relaxed approach to driving. The hydrogen powertrain doesn’t use
conventional gas tanks, but splits collected rain water (stored within
glass tubules of the interior structure) into hydrogen and oxygen via a
catalyst currently in development at MIT”

Design credit: Elizabeth Pinder

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