These two concept vehicle designs can both adapt to different scenarios depending on what drivers need them to do.
These two different concept cars can both adapt to various use-case scenarios. Instead of buying a full-size car or a two seater, will we soon buy responsive designs that adapt to our needs?
Industrial designer Vincent Chan’s Citi.Transmitter concept is a vehicle series that aims to support the different lifestyles of modern people. The multi-purpose design can be freely transformed for daily operations.
A small pod for the driver can be attached to a variety of trailers that allow the vehicle to function differently. There is an off-roading tank track, small and large storage containers, and an extra seat compartment for passengers.
This concept car from industrial design company Xelestine can either be a fastback, wagon, or pickup truck depending on your needs. From the basic fastback configuration, it can transform into a wagon by raising the rear sloping back to form the rear roof and raising the tailgate window to close the back end.
To turn it into a pickup truck, the fastback is divided into two pieces, which can be stacked up vertically as the partition between the cab and the cargo bed.