For most of big families, they probably have more than one automobile – a small and efficient one for zipping around the city and a big one for taking the whole family out. But if you don’t have the money and space to afford two automobile, you got to check the neat concept that designed by German automotive design student Kenan Haliloglu. Called “Split&Go”, it looks like a conventional van but can split and turn into a two-seater small car for urban use. Really brilliant solutions! Perfect for everything from road trips to running errands!
This isn’t Batman out on safari, this is 2035 ZAIRE All-terrain Concept Car, designed for National Geographic’s photography team. It has all the innovations incorporated to ensure that the 5-member team has a steady ground transportation system that tackles the African terrain.
Due to the overcrowded state of metropolitan road congestion, more and more small and nimble automobiles are designed or manufactured. MONO – the Transformable Electric Vehicle is an innovative concept follows that trends, which adapts its stance to maximize the driving experience whether you’re in the city or on the open road.
Bangkok-based artist Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn collects discarded car and bicycle parts and uses them to create elaborate Predator-inspired motorcycles that are actually drivable. We have no idea what bike this was initially, or how fast it is, but who needs speed when you’re riding a metal masterpiece like this, right? It’s hard to believe it was made exclusively from discarded metal parts…Shockingly cool, don’t you think? [source]