Shape-shifting electric vehicle is controlled by a wireless controller
Jul 22, 2009 16:10
This looks like a golf buggy but isn't. It could be used for that purpose but it isn't. Vehicles in the future changing its shape and size according to needs while having zero emissions. Industrial designer David Vega thinks that vehicles powered by electricity, which can increase or decrease in size according to the number of occupants in the vehicle or the traffic on the road, can answer the problems quite easily.
This vehicle is known as Plus, and its structure can change depending on the number of passengers.
The open structure also enables the owner to add systems that are missing in the car. The vehicle is designed to be powered by four electric motors, one in each wheel, which have their own electric batteries. Unlike a conventional car, this car is controlled by a wireless controller which mimics the Nintendo Wii.
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