Designed by Japaneses company, INU is a stylish, state-of-the-art personal transportation that aims to make commuting within the city a cinch! Beautiful Inside And Out. From the bolt to the frame, Inu was designed to give you a new kind of thrill. Equipped with a phone dock, GPS and even GSM, the INU meets the highest standards of personal tech in vehicles. With one voice command or even a simple hand gesture from your smartphone it will automatically fold on its own! It’s a fantastic option as a primary urban vehicle and is complimentary to public transportation. Sounds pretty amazing? If you are a city commuter and want some green options, head over to INU page and find more.
When it comes to cars, and in particular supercars, what is it that makes them desirable? Is it the look and stance they have or is it the purpose for which they are built? Supercars have always been seen as something of a status symbol and many people make it their ambition to own one, one day. With so many supercars to choose from, which designs are the ones that stand out?
With the idea “Home is where your car is“, Troy is a concept vehicle idealized for amateur and professional expeditions, explorations and adventures. It was conceived as a convenient solution in transportation for those who needs a comfortable and practical space in anywhere. It is equipped with the basic features for comfortable long trips: kitchen with sink, refrigerator, electric stove and oven, a toilet with shower, work table, dinner table and dormitory for 4-5 persons on top level.
Moreover, it has 16 air conditioned vents and 4 funnels for toilet and kitchen which helps keep the air fresh and pure all the time. When comes to technical specification, Troy’s top careen is covered with sun cells allowing it to auto generate some of its energy. It also has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, 10 USB connectors for media browser and gadget recharge. For more detail design and specification, check the product site.
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!