Designers Envision Lightweight Cars Created With Nature’s Help And Powered By Air

Designers Envision Lightweight Cars Created With Nature’s Help And Powered By Air
Design

The annual Design Challenge reveals cars of the future might be grown in farms or refueled with a tire pump.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 21 october 2010

How would a light weight (1000 lb), four passenger environmentally friendly car of the future look and drive? That was the the brief issued to a number the design studios of automotive manufacturers for the annual Design Challenge. Freed from the constraints of real world production, the design teams created concepts that explore new directions in both vehicle styling and advanced technology to produce and power the cars.

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