Bright lights for projector-friendly bike lovers

Bright lights for projector-friendly bike lovers

It’s time to get in the laser-projector zone with none other than a design by the name of “Bike Zone”, complete with red beams for signaling. If you want to turn left, this beast of a light shines several arrow-looking symbols down at the ground to the left – the same is true of the right – imagine that! The only ones we worry for now are the squirrels – watch your eyes, guys!

0 Designers: Frank Guo, Hung Wang, and Sturt Morrow

Laser beams keeping crosswalks safe

Laser beams keeping crosswalks safe

There’s a lot to be said about taking a perfectly simple aesthetic gesture and turning it into a guide for the public. In this case it’s a couple of laser beams stopping humans or vehicles from crossing paths at the same time. This design by HOJOON Lim goes by the name Guardian and will bring a perfect stop to a crash that could have been near you.

0 Designer: HOJOON Lim

Hot Hatch

Hot Hatch

I love me a hatchback and I love me a Tesla! The Tesla C captures the brand’s unique design language in a forward-thinking 2-door city car that lives up to the original’s sporting intentions. Features include an all-glass top, motorized oversize side doors that slide toward the front rather than swing open and an electric motor/lithium-ion battery system for sporty performance without sporty emissions. Aesthetically, it’s in line with Tesla’s modern design direction and would be a perfect addition to their limited line of roadsters and sedans.

0 Designer: Dejan Hristov

Expanding Mobility

Expanding Mobility

The Volkswagen Expand is a super-versatile concept vehicle that offers not 1 but 2 functional expansions that make it the perfect urban commuter. The first is an extendable cabin that accommodates 1 or 2 additional passengers or extra cargo. The second is the car’s removable front wheels which double as personal transportation using a sophisticated gyroscopic sensor system similar to a Segway. It’s a limitless, all-in-one solution for getting around the urban jungle!

0 Designer: Luiz Antonelli

Different Kinda Aerial Tour

Different Kinda Aerial Tour

Love the idea of a bird’s eye view of a city and maybe this is why we have the Burj Khalifa and London Eye. To inspire creative people and get them to take in a different perspective of Prague, we have here the 0 Gravity Tour concept vehicle. Literally giving you wings to fly around town and take in the sights, the flying machine gives you an aerial view of the city. Interesting and inspiring, maybe we should all have a lofty look at life.

0 Designer: Riten Gojiya

Smarter Ride

Smarter Ride

The Smart City Cycle takes into consideration that you may have to carry some luggage with you when you head out. It could be as simple as groceries or toys for your children. The rear wheel of the cycle hosts extendable compartments that can hold your goodies for you. If required, then the storage extension can be completely removed as well. Either ways, it’s a modular cycle that suits your daily commuting needs.

0 Designer: Yo-Hwan Kim

Oh No They Didn't

Oh No They Didn’t

I know what you’re thinking. It looks like a sexed up version of the Fiat 500… well, you’re right! The Abarth 500 Bella Vista is a meaner version of the softer compact that’s perfect for zipping around the canyons, cruising the coastline, or simply letting your hair down to enjoy nice weather. Added features like dual air intakes, an aerodynamic carbon fiber air diffuser, and a speedy 1.4 T-Jet Abarth engine will appeal to drivers looking for a little more oomph!

0 Designer: Madeindreams

Little Land Rover

Little Land Rover

The super compact CliQ concept is a futuristic look into the Land Rover brand’s inevitable need to design smaller EVs if it wants to hang in for the long haul. Designed with modularity in mind, the CliQ’s primary feature is a “remixable” exterior of body slices (yes, slices) that make it possible for drivers to easily change up the aesthetic of the vehicle on a whim. The aim was to create a vehicle that’s not only clean running, but has a long and evolving lifespan to further reduce it’s overall carbon footprint.

0 Designer: Thomas Gilbert

Gull-winged Bird of Prey

Gull-winged Bird of Prey

This modern day re-interpretation of the 300SL grand tourer convertible is a return to the speedy, striking Mercedes-Benz of yesteryear. Sharing the same design DNA as its predecessor, the modern vision maintains the characteristic gullwing doors, elongated nose, low roof, wide stance and polished… well… everything… for visual drama only a Merc can pull off!

0 Designer: Slimane Toubal

Party in the Front, Business in the Back

Party in the Front, Business in the Back

Chances are you’ve never seen a rickshaw like this! Normally, they are pulled by a human runner or a seated cyclist and are most common in large metropolitan areas from London to Beijing. This design differs in that the driver is located behind the passengers, giving them a better view for sightseeing. It also features a pedi-assist system that only requires the driver to start the motion with a few pedals forward to kick the electric engine into action. Easier on the driver and still environmental friendly!

0 Designer: Jacob Mazor

Renault Baby Boom

Renault Baby Boom

The Renault Circular Economy – 4L Concept is a new age green car with some pretty neat features. It sports an energy interface dashboard that helps distributing and sharing the solar energy that it harnesses. At work you can hook up the car to an energy station while at home it juices up via the solar installation on the car. Superb!

0 Designer: Charlie Nghiem

Lexus Scooty!

Lexus Scooty!

The CT-S is an Electric scooter, inspired by the design philosophy of Lexus’s innovative L-FINESSE. It’s compact and agile, featuring state of art technology. Crafted from aerospace lightweight carbon fiber body and lithium ion long lasting batteries, the scooter exudes finesse.

0 Designer: Goldberg Boris

Evolving In Bikes

Evolving In Bikes

The Crescent evolve is an electric bicycle designed for young guns who would like an alternative to mopeds. Based on the research and feedback gathered, the design evolved to what it is today. It main focus in design was to integrate the battery to the shape and to create a wholeness that is simple and intuitive. The electric bicycle is easy to use and operate, with an automatic transmission engine.
 It features a smart modular system that allows you to choose design with mudguards, rear rack, or without.

0 Designer: Fredrik Lundin