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.
Opel 2049 Lillia, by Dalibor Pantucek The Opel 2049 Lillia is inspired by nature and blooming flowers. The vehicle has two wheels in the front and the rear part floats with wings covering the interior of the vehicle when parked. When the vehicle starts to move, the wings open to form a beautiful, multicoloured sculptural shape. The vehicle was not only inspired by the design language of flowers but also by technologies such as self recovering, bio materials and photosynthesis. Opel Glide, by Gabriel Tam Opel Glide takes inspiration from deconstructivist architectural design for a new type of work utility vehicle for the year 2049. A pair of jewel-like, wedge shaped side blades form the side structure of the design. The interaction between the side blades and the central flexible membrane structure creates a feeling of lightness. The membrane surface flexes freely, accommodating the single driver cockpit module and cargo carried within the vehicle.