Dapper Diffuser Makes Cars Happy!

Dapper Diffuser Makes Cars Happy!

Nothing will kill the vibe of your car’s interior quite like an ugly, poorly scented, paper air freshener! That’s where Craftr’s Twitter Fragrance comes in. Designed by the masterminds at an automobile workshop, it consist of a handsome leather strap and simple metal diffuser that will accentuate your ride rather than cheapen it. Reuse by refilling with a number of select oils and make as strong or as subtle as you like.

0 Designer: Craftr

Total Lockdown

Total Lockdown

What’s worse than a stolen bike? Finding out that you don’t have enough fare to get home! The Transit Bicycle Lock and Carrier system will ensure that no one will steal your precious cycle and get you home safe and sound. The carrier is an added bonus! Hit the jump to know how it works.

0 Designer: Seth Chiam

The New Hippiemobile

The New Hippiemobile

It’s hard not to compare Eduardo Galvani’s Nimbus concept to the iconic VW bus, but one look and you know it’s been designed to go a lot of places the VW couldn’t. Under that retro styling is a hybrid lithium-ion battery powered engine cranking out 180hp with selectable 4WD, as well as a gas generator and solar cells on the roof to provide supplemental energy and greater range. Panoramic windows, comfy stadium seats, climate control and top-of-the-line entertainment system make it the ultimate adventure van!

0 Designer: Eduardo Galvani

What Racing is All About

What Racing is All About

On one end of the spectrum, electric cars are hitting a milestone with their very first Grand Prix race this year… albeit a quiet one. On the other end are screaming mad, jet fuel-guzzling, ferocious, terrifyingly loud dragsters that are more crazy than carbon-conccious. Guess which end the Equinox is on? 6 wheels and multiple fins are barely enough grip to keep its dual jets and single seat cabin on the ground. I’m sweating just looking at it.

0 Designer: Ben Tabbitt

The City Bike

The City Bike

The City Scooter is an urban bike rental project that allows you to get to Point A to Point B, using the shared bike system. The selling point for this system is the way you use the scooter. You can either use it for free by pedaling to your destination or pay for the stored power, and use the electric motor. The bike has a light body and offers high stability in low speed.

0 Designers: Pei-Chih Deng & Ju-Ting Yang

Biking Buddy

Biking Buddy

The Growing Kidzbike is a cycle that literally ‘grows’ as your child grows. We all know that once those training wheels are off, kids tend to shoot up like tall trees. This bicycle takes into consideration the growing years and is there for your baby right from when they are 115cm to 155cm height!

0 Designer: Matthias Kolb - pulse design

The Snail Ride That Is Fast!

The Snail Ride That Is Fast!

Call it a contradiction, but the ‘Snail Motorcycle’ promises to be a fast bike to ride. Designed as a foldable electric motorcycle, once it folds up, the bike is as small as a snail! Easy to carry and speedy to use, the concept looks very outlandish, which is why it interests us. You can open the bike by rotating and scaling the body. The rear wheels serve as the charging box and the powerhouse for functioning.

0 Designers: by Cao Weizhi, Zhao Yan & Wang Shujing

Can’t Steal This Bike

Can’t Steal This Bike

Leglock is a very clever way of ensuring that no one steals your bicycle. It offers swift bicycle parking with its integrated stand-and-lock design. The thing is that you can lock the cycle in just one step: simply turn the stand down and set the integrated number lock.

0 Designer: Anurag Sarda

I’m Home Now

I’m Home Now

Love this nHome caravan dedicated to young active people who epitomize modern lifestyle. Sized to be perfectly small yet spacious, the interiors are surprisingly roomy. I suppose the fact that it is lit by a large window placed on the roof and three windows on each side of the dining room, helps the cause. The caravan features a dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. It is also equipped with a voluminous boot.

0 Designers: Lukasz Paszkowski and Michal Kozlowski

Cycle + Air Pump

Cycle + Air Pump

Inflator Bicycle is a cycle design where the frame of the bike acts as an inflator for cycle tire. This “always with you” bicycle pump is designed by putting inside the frame a connecting bar and a piston. You can pump in air to the tire by simply moving the bicycle seat up and down. The pipe and the gas nozzle hooks onto the cycle frame and it inflates both, the back wheel and the front wheel.

0 Designer: Ling Xuan Kong

Refreshing Bike Ride

Refreshing Bike Ride

The Air-Purifier Bike addresses the problem of air pollution in the city by filtering air and generating oxygen. The design integrates an air filter that screens dust and pollutants from the environment. It also includes a photosynthesis system that uses an embedded water tank that produces oxygen. Other specs include electric motor and a battery.

0 Designers: Silawat Virakul, Torsakul Kosaikul & Suvaroj Poosrivongvanid

What a Crossover Should Be

What a Crossover Should Be

The Komodo channels the same fierce power and tough aesthetic of the Mahindra brand’s famous trucks and tractors. The concept is in like with crossovers like the BMW X6 or Infiniti FX, but purposely lacks the delicacy and refinement that makes the other’s owners cringe at the though of driving through a puddle. Instead, its rough-and-tumble character begs for the off-road and is happier towing toys and getting dirty than cruising down the boulevard!

0 Designer: Makrand Patil

Putting the Auto in Automobile

Putting the Auto in Automobile

DOMI is a compact concept that provides a solution for both driven and undriven modes. The interior cabin can be laid out like an office or living room so the user can catch up on work  or simply relax while the vehicle self-guides to the destination using a combination of GPS and smart road sign technology. The “driver” can even fall asleep on the move, or, when they’re ready, take the wheel to zip around the city they’re own way!

0 Designers: Various