Sexy Solar Bike

Sexy Solar Bike

The Solar Bike is a cool concept that allows us to work some calories and conveniently switch to electric pedaling once we are tired. The bike features some strategically placed solar panels that take in the goodness of sun to do the job. Awesome idea that requires a little bit of tinkering, what do you think!

0 Designer: Juyoung Na

Safer With The City Firefly

Safer With The City Firefly

Designed as a bicycle chain lock system, the City Firefly doubles up as a safety gear for cyclists. Blending fashion with functionality is clever and what makes this concept stand out is the ease with which one can move from one space to the other. According to the designers, the concept was “inspired by fireflies, which use their flashing lights to signal and warn of danger in a beautiful way.”

0 Designers: Takeshima Kazuyoshi and Uchima Rosa for TBWA, HAKUHODO

Clear Signals

Clear Signals

I have experienced driving in foggy and rainy conditions and know the kind of danger it poses for tailing cars. Ideas like the Wipers LED Barricade Lights are innovative and can go on to prevent accidents. Most often, smaller cars just have to rely on their taillights and flasher to warn others behind them, so this wiper plus LED Display can reduce the risk of accidents. Great work!

0 Designers: Huang Junxi,Ma Jincai and Ding Dong

Bike in a Bag

Bike in a Bag

One of the biggest problems with a bike is its portability. Ironic?! Right. You can’t carry the conventionally designed cycles in trains easily. It takes more than just some bend and shift to fold bikes and which is why we have a very new direction to the design with the Kit Bike. Designed to be a bike in a bag, the wheels and parts completely dismantle and pack into a backpack!

0 Designer: Lucid Design

More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye

At first glance, the Bimodal concept is seemingly predictable in a world full of far-out, ultra-aerodynamic conceptual supercars… but it’s got a secret under the hood that sets it apart, and we’re not talking engine tweaks. Dubbed the “ProGrip System,” the design features a hidden 5th wheel. Fit with its own sensors and electrohydraulic system, it provides greater traction in the straightway (also in wet weather), and enhanced cornering stability to prevent understeer and oversteer. Functional or superfluous? You be the judge. Either way, it’s a considerable innovation!

0 Designer: J. Sardo - F. Bruni

Balloon Bag For The Tails

Balloon Bag For The Tails

Car pileups can be disastrous and given the high speeds at which vehicles ply on the freeways, preventing secondary collisions can be tricky. The Air Bag Taillight is a safety balloon lamp that gets deployed as soon as the airbag of a crashed car blows up. The idea is to forewarn vehicles from a far, that an accident has taken place and to slow down their speed. On paper it’s a good idea, but I’m not sure if it will work very well. What do you think?

0 Designer: Xuan Teng

Meet the eBugatti

Meet the eBugatti

A winner of the Auto Design Prague: Talent of the Year Award, the Coupémotion concept follows in the footsteps of Bugatti’s “pur sang” design principle where lightness and modern aesthetics meet. To achieve this, it’s powered by 4 electric wheel hub engines which allow for both greater range as well as enhanced agility with each operating independently. As for styling, it harkens back to the original coupe where the passenger is fully enclosed while the driver is centered and partially covered.

0 Designer: Henri von Freyberg

Driving Jewelry

Driving Jewelry

As you might guess from the name, the Driving Jewelry concept that visualizes the personal vehicle as a tailored reflection of one’s personal style like a fashion accessory. The car is designed around the symbolic nature of the pearl, carrying precious cargo within its protective shell. Organic yet architectural, its curvaceous exterior is enhanced with a customizable digital display layer that can be changed on command to match the driver’s mood or style.

0 Designer: Young Kwang Nam

Every Car is a Stoplight

Every Car is a Stoplight

The addition of brake lights to vehicles & stoplights to intersections are two major life-saving standards, but still some problems exist when drivers are following large buses or trucks that block traffic signals. This design, simply called the Signal License Plate, combines the functionality of both to give heightened awareness to drivers approaching from behind. As an additional layer of safety, the plates work in tandem with signals to not only display the current red/yellow/green light, but count down to give drivers preparedness for changing conditions.

0 Designers: Jin Won Heo & Da Som Kim

Saved By the Net

Saved By the Net

Net Rescue Boat is a lifeboat dredge with a net. The purpose of this re-design stems from the difficulties rescuers face while on missions using a regular lifeboat. The net area makes it easier to bring people to safety and commence first aid. Yep, in playtime we can also think of many party uses for the net area … but that’s just a wicked side of us!

0 Designers: Jaehyo Lee & Wonkyung Jang

Wheel to the Rescue

Wheel to the Rescue

The RollEvac military vehicle concept uses biomimicry to aid in time-sensitive rescue and evacuation operations in combat situations. Inspired by the golden wheel spider, which curls its body into a wheel shape and rolls down sand dunes as a method of escape, the RollEvac maneuvers in an upright position, rolling over terrain with spring-loaded legs for traction. Inside, passengers are balanced and protected by the armored exterior while being transported to safety.

0 Designer: Sakly Sadok

Solar Fun In A Sail

Solar Fun In A Sail

If I have to sum up the innovative quotient in the Kira Yacht, then it has to be the lead in the keel of the boat, which is designed to become a giant battery charger thanks to the solar cells in the sail. 40-meter Sail Yacht allows the owner to live in complete comfort and with zero carbon footprint.

0 Designer: Sebastian Campos Moller

Home is where your car is.

Home is where your car is.

Like the impenetrable city with which it shares a name, the Troy concept utility vehicle is designed to protect its precious cargo over a variety of terrain types for amateur and professional expeditions alike. Designed for researchers but equally appealing for nature lovers, photographers, adventure-seekers and more, its cabin interior sleeps 4-5 persons with additional room for cargo and tools as well as creature comforts like a dining table, kitchenette, bathroom, and shower. Its rough on the outside but soft on the inside!

0 Designer: Eduardo Galvani

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