Flow concept, by Miika Heikkinen Flow concept is a zero- emission, single- seat vehicle that is designed to be used in city centres. Light patterns on long shutter speed images and the marine creature nautilus inspired the design. The vehicle works as a part of the infrastructure when not in use, by creating a place to rest. As everyday life becomes more and more hectic, the user can relax and enjoy the moment whilst travelling in the vehicle. Neuron, by Jong Won Lee Neuron is a wheelless, single- seat vehicle for drivers who want to enjoy racing in the desert. The concept can be controlled by a human's neuro-technology system. To drive Neuron, the user lies on the cockpit and can control movement by using driving skills motored by the brain. The aim is to achieve ideal harmony between vehicle and driver. Neuron uses regenerative energy from geothermal energy and anti- gravity power.
Opel Modula, by David Seesing The Opel Modula concept enables future Opel customers to actively take part in the creation of their vehicles. Via an online interface, the customer can choose from a variety of cabins, which define vehicle size, number of passengers and fit their individual needs. Body panels can be selected from a toolbox, representing engine, luggage space and wheels, and arrange them around the cabin. Responding to the recession, all parts are made from recyclable materials. Adaptable Surfaces, by Marten Wallgren Adaptable Surfaces is about incorporating more intelligence and responsibility into each surface. Each surface consists of many small threads that can be controlled after each situation. To make this as clear as possible, the best illustration is through a water/ wind vehicle. When the vehicle is parked it is used as a personal power station by creating water and wind energy.