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Concept Cadillac Designed to Run for a 100 Years (without Refueling)

Concept Cadillac Designed to Run for a 100 Years (without Refueling)
Design
Dan Gould
  • 14 january 2009

Designer Loren Kulesus has created an audacious Cadillac concept car with the (theoretical) ability to run for 100 years without refueling or maintenance. Powered by a thorium based nuclear battery system, the car would actually generate enough surplus energy that it could be used to power a small neighborhood or recharge lots of other devices. This Batmobile looking car also has several systems in place that allow very precise handling including 24 automatically adjusted micro-wheels and a flexible, muscle-like body. Though we don’t know how feasible (or safe) the technology is behind this fantastic car, it looks like a great idea.

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