One to Four Seater

The following car aims to do the following things, all at once: provide a new luxury experience and a new way of driving. Be a family car OR a personal car at any given time. Be a smart solution for the everyday tasks of the owner. Be a space for relaxation – a part of people’s living space. This is the “Volkswagen Inside.” A new luxury concept for Volkswagen, by designer Mate Bartha. A transformable luxury electric car, customizable for 4 person, 2 person, or 1 person use in seconds.

The top of the car is a large glass surface, sort of like an extension of what we know now as the sunroof. Relaxing is what is it. Smooth, dynamic lines fill the Inside, four electric wheel engines roll it along. These electric wheel engines are based on Michelins Active Wheel System, using Nanowire Lithium-Ion batteries.

Instead of just a steering wheel, all the controls to the car are attached to the driver seat, working on a drive by wire system. The car can transform from a normal, everyday 4 seat car to a 1 seater, with the driver sitting in the center of the vehicle. Comfortable and simplified.

Designer: Mate Bartha

13 Comments

  • Sylvester says:

    This is a beautiful car. I really love the design.

    I am curious though about the emergency breaks. Is there a special way to stop the car if the on-board computer fails? Or if someone with an old car decides to stop suddenly in front of you? Is there a proximity breaking feature? Also, how do you drive the car if you accidentally break an arm? Can you change the steering sensitivity like the mouse speed on a computer?

  • Sylvester says:

    This is a beautiful car. I really love the design.

    I am curious though about the emergency breaks. Is there a special way to stop the car if the on-board computer fails? Or if someone with an old car decides to stop suddenly in front of you? Is there a proximity breaking feature? Also, how do you drive the car if you accidentally break an arm? Can you change the steering sensitivity like the mouse speed on a computer?

  • mif991 says:

    Unless the glass is made of a new lightweight material, this thing will weight a lot more than a Crown Victoria. but I like the concept and the wheel engines. Don't know about the steering system, but hey this is just a concept….

  • mif991 says:

    Unless the glass is made of a new lightweight material, this thing will weight a lot more than a Crown Victoria. but I like the concept and the wheel engines. Don't know about the steering system, but hey this is just a concept….

  • unkle kknarf says:

    i like your design nd the fact that you did you research BUT for the glass roof wht happens whn its super HOTT i guess the driver will jst get cooked along ryt…
    the technology is cool but the steering wheel unless its grandMa driving ,the driver wont b able to drive in that possition for a while nd that definatly creates disconfort as well as the seat they look too low nd the
    whr is the seat belt,

  • unkle kknarf says:

    i like your design nd the fact that you did you research BUT for the glass roof wht happens whn its super HOTT i guess the driver will jst get cooked along ryt…
    the technology is cool but the steering wheel unless its grandMa driving ,the driver wont b able to drive in that possition for a while nd that definatly creates disconfort as well as the seat they look too low nd the
    whr is the seat belt,

  • DM says:

    I like the design – very beautidul and elegant, but am not sure that the moving driver’s seat is really a good idea. When you drive you are stitting on the left or on the right and you adjust your driving accordingly. If you switch the seat to the middle it will require additional adjustment from the driver to get used to his/her location in relation to the car and the road. The adjustment will take place, but not quickly. This is a safety issue. The driver also will not see the road situation as well as he/she would while sitting on the left or right side (depending on the country).

  • DM says:

    I like the design – very beautidul and elegant, but am not sure that the moving driver’s seat is really a good idea. When you drive you are stitting on the left or on the right and you adjust your driving accordingly. If you switch the seat to the middle it will require additional adjustment from the driver to get used to his/her location in relation to the car and the road. The adjustment will take place, but not quickly. This is a safety issue. The driver also will not see the road situation as well as he/she would while sitting on the left or right side (depending on the country).

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