Home Blogs
12/12/2017 10:32:42 AM

Must See: The Cars of the Future! (10 pics)

Honda Air Concept

Honda’s entry for the 2010 Design Challenge is the Air concept, a lightweight vehicle that uses alternative fuel, all while boasting an aggressive look inspired by, oddly enough, roller coasters and skydiving wing suits. So, we guess that’s why it’s called the Air concept.

In any case, the Air uses a compressed air and pneumatic regulator system that uses turbo vacuums and external air-flow to regenerate the tank’s pressure system, ensuring that the vehicle has extended range and increased boost to last an estimated 100 miles. Anytime you need to have your tanks and reserves refilled efficiently, a Honda generator and air compressor does the trick, either from the comforts of your own home or at a local station.

For safety, the Air concept uses vegetable-based polymer panels and fairings to ensure the safety and protection of its occupants.

Honda Air Concept
For more info visit: http://www.topspeed.com/cars/honda/2010-honda-air-concept-ar100356.html

Solas

Industrial design students at the Seoul National University of Technology, Ju Ho Young and Kim Sung Uk, have tried to incorporate the latest in solar panel technology in a zero-emission car powered by electricity. Solar-powered cars are nothing new for us, but the technology the designers of the Solas have tried to use does seem promising and market ready.

The body of the car is made of transparent material, which allows sunlight to reach the solar panels mounted along the inner surface of the car’s body. The inner solar panels consist of individual solar cells, which are made of light amplified material, making them more efficient.

These cells are then placed on a hexagonal structure, which not only makes the system efficient but also minimizes the damage caused in case of a collision. These cells fuel a pack of on-board batteries, which power the electric motors incorporated in the wheels of the car.

Solas
More on http://www.ecofriend.com/eco-cars-solus-zero-emission-electric-car-powered-by-onboard-solar-panels.html

Nike One

The Nike ONE is a hypothetical high-performance vehicle/concept car that was developed by the athletic wear company Nike and Polyphony Digital. This vehicle is featured in the Gran Turismo 4 video game for the Sony PlayStation 2.

This vehicle resembles a moon buggy with a maximum speed of 230 miles per hour (370 km/h) and an eight-gear automatic transmission. However, the top speed of 230 miles per hour can only be achieved by drivers in their physical peak (those who exercise between 60 minutes and 120 minutes per day). The fictional timeline of this vehicle would see its origins in the year 2022 with the invention of a wearable generator by the Nike Sports Research Lab.

Nike One
See more on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nike_ONE

Mazda Kaan Concept

Electric fields and textures seen in the nature have given birth to Mazda Kaan designed by 6 innovative designers. This electric car is especially deigned to compete the E1 races. In order to reach 250 mph without any harmful emissions, Mazda Kaan uses a sub-level electro conductive polymer that powers the electric cars in a modern world. The design and look of the car is mind blowing. By sitting inside the car, one can feel that victory is for sure. So, let’s see how far this Mazda is going to take its future victory.

Mazda Kaan Concept
For more info visit: http://www.tuvie.com/mazda-kaan-futuristic-electric-car-concept-to-compete-the-e1-races/

Hodge Hawk

Powered by a Honda RC51 V-twin 999cc engine, with a redline of 10,000rpm, 120RWhp and a theoretical top speed of 233 kilometers per hour. Wearing three 19inch lightweight alloy wheels equiped with twin rear and front disc brakes, you wont have any problems stopping in a hurry.

Fiberglass outer shell and alloy chassis give you the aerodynamics needed to acheive the level of performance you expect from a roadbike, with the comfort of a car. The interior is a combination of moulded plastic and leather trim, with digital dials giving you the vital information about your vehicle.

Hodge Hawk
See more in: http://www.hodge.co.nz/product.html

Nissan Motivity 400C

Motivity 400C is a future car concept which is the latest creation of Nissan with brilliant visor and stunning functional features. This concept uses maglev’s engine system that has made it even powerful along with every tire that allows great control, functionality and style. The triangle shaped bode of this car reduces drag of air, therefore, this car provides superior acceleration and is able to save more power. Steering wheel of this design has been kept traditional so that the user can enjoy driving the car without any problem associated with unusual and newly designed wheels.


Nissan Motivity 400C
See more at http://psipunk.com/nissan-motivity-400c-with-maglev-system/


2028 Volksawagen Ego Concept

The Volkswagen Ego is a sporty two-seater. Our definition of driving fun: a car that doesn’t just fit in with the driver and traffic conditions, but also considers the needs of the environment. It will have multitude of sensors that will permanently scan the vehicle surroundings. In addition to radar sensors, there will also be cameras, laser and ultrasound sensors that supply a specific image of the vehicle surroundings.

2028 Volkswagen One Concept
Read more at http://www.yankodesign.com/2008/07/09/fyi-the-411-on-2028-by-vw/

Jaguar Mark XXI Concept

The Jaguar Mark XXI – Bionomic Autonomous Limousine – is a concept that investigates the implications of autonomous technology on automotive design in terms of perception, function and aesthetic.This concept uses autonomous technology as a design opportunity to innovate the function and aesthetic of the automotive vehicle.
Jaguar Mark XXI Concept
For more info: http://www.carbodydesign.com/archive/2009/08/14-jaguar-mark-xxi/

Peugeot Magnet

“Peugeot Magnet”, designed by Tolga Metin from the United States, is one of the 29 finalists at the 5th Peugeot Design Contest. This year’s competition theme is “imagine the Peugeot in the worldwide megalopolis of tomorrow”. Metin’s Peugeot Magnet concept is based on magnetic energy as it is inspired by magnetic (maglev) trains. The concept offers an environmentally friendly car with a sustainable design.

Peugeot Magnet’s outer wheels, formed of two eccentric cylindrical parts, do not touch the inner hubs of the wheels, and are made of synthetic foam.Both the inner hubs and the inner part of the outer cylinder, contain same pole magnetic tubes which derives their electromagnetic force from the electrical engine.

Thanks to the same polarity magnetic field, when driving, the inner hubs elevate, ultimately causing the car to float several centimeters above the ground. The inner hubs also act as suspensions if the car passes any bumps in the road. Moving forward or backward is made possible thanks to the rotational magnetic energy caused by the inner hub and outer wheel’s magnetic tubes.

Peugeot Magnet
See more at: http://thefutureofthings.com/6177-peugeot-magnet-uses-magnetic-energy/


BMW Sequence GT

Seungmo Lim, a graduate student at Pforzheim University in Germany who professionally designed the new BMW Sequence GT concept car. The idea of this concept has start after the designer find out that people were asking about the importance of the hybrid cars and also that people were asking what is Efficient Dynamics so he wanted to answer at those questions by making this concept.

The car has a highly personalized front to provide better aerodynamics, the two large nostrils on each side of the inlet for cooling motor, so that they function to maximize efficiency. Within the body has four independent seats, one minute to complete the battery replacement.
BMW Sequence GT
For more info visit: http://www.arch2o.com/bmw-sequence-gt-seungmo-lim/


Related blogs:
Loading comments...
Categories