Royal College Students Dream the Cars of 2049

Royal College Students Dream the Cars of 2049
Design
Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 29 april 2009

The Royal College of Art in London has one of the world’s premier Vehicle Design courses. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the program, automaker Vauxhall sponsored a competition for students to imagine what personal transportation might look like in 2049. Students were encouraged to really reach for ideas that were new. Inspiration for the vehicle designs ranged from teardrops to sunlight. Young Seong Kim (above) created pods that use the power of gravity from a waterfall for propulsion. Shawn Deutchman (below) designed the Cerulian which recalls the space between sleep and wakefulness.

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