Cerulian, by Shawn Deutchman The Cerulian is designed to be an experience beyond driving. In its cloud soft interior you will find a personal guide to the avenues of the virtual world. Simultaneously reflecting and revealing, the Cerulian's fractal exterior is a hard protective shell and a transparent window. With this audacious and boundary breaking car, Opel reaffirms its founding principle of being a company that builds and sells dreams. Boanerage, by Young Seong Kim This design assumes that in 2049 solar energy has replaced fossil fuels. Boanerge is a new type of eco- touring machine. The vehicle charges electricity by using the power of gravity from the falling water of a waterfall. The driver sits inside of the capsule- type tube in the centre of the vehicle, which becomes a turbine that rotates when it goes into the waterfall to generate and charge the electricity.
Caring Engineering, by Rui Guo This vehicle can travel on a maglev road network as well as conventional roads, with its wheels hidden inside the body when it's on maglev tracks. Inspiration comes from illumination movements, to create a vision of elegance for the future mobility and also for Opel brand identity. Composition of lines and layers demonstrates the thrilling journey at high speed, implying Freedom Device, by Oliver Sharp In 40 years' time, the world is likely to be far more heavily populated and our cities will be more crowded. This concept aims to create a vehicle form that is perceived as a ' Freedom Device', a sanctuary and escape for the user from the stressful world. The form and design is inspired by nature's extremes with a natural aerodynamic form of the teardrop. The glass teardrop- shape shell of the vehicle encapsulates all the technology and systems of the vehicle within its walls. THE VEHICLE REVIEW more information? click here! different possibilities of shaping the future vehicles. Transparency of the model suggests a breakthrough of the existing and predictable isolations between people in the future cities and society.