Micro Taxi

With the footprint of our personal vehicles shrinking, it’s likely that taxi designs will quickly follow suit. With consideration to the fact that taxis generally carry just 1 or 2 passengers at a time, the Ago Taxi eliminates that useless front passenger seat, positioning the driver in the center and passengers in jump seats closer to the front. Saving all that space inside means the overall size of the exterior can also be made smaller. It’s sensible styling at its best.

Designers: Maxim Shershnev & Tigran Lalayan

13 Comments

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    Rome
    NYC, Boston, Miami, Paris, Geneva, Tokyo, Hong Kong

    Next Gen London Cab for sure.

  • Cool design and good idea. But not suitable for every city/area. A lot of taxi drivers want a barrier between them and the passengers, because of drunks and lowlifes.

  • Zvezdan says:

    Very cool design, and very good renders. Just one thing you could do, adjust HDRI. There is building in reflection…and your model is in the scrapyard.

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