Split and Go

I’m in the market for a new car and am facing this very dilemma! I want something smaller and more efficient for zipping around the city than my slow, gas-guzzling SUV. But I can’t live without the extra space when I need it! If only I could have both…. The Split&Go concept was born of this very idea! It’s a conventional van that splits to turn into a two-seater small car for urban use. Perfect for everything from road trips to running errands!

Designer: Kenan Haliloglu

18 Comments

  • stephen russell says:

    Love this, Id drive one, other uses for:
    Mini bus
    Van
    Limosuine.
    Exec car sedan
    Taxi
    airport shuttle
    rental car shuttle
    Cargo
    Love this style & look
    Mass produce, with Nissan, Toy, BMW engines.

  • The Swans new party says:

    How about turning this into a motor camper.

    I see lots of Germans with Smart Cars on trailers behind them to get into narrow villages on holiday to get to harbourfront tavernas.

    As a victim of welfare reform in a UK facing possible revolution meltdown as 13 million are now within the poor, after a lifetime in work despite what all the media say. I might have to close down my house and live differently.

    Being disabled I need a mobility scooter.

    So if there was a section to put up the mobility scooter at the back. I see there is a luggage area behind the front seats.

    I have come across a mobility scooter that would do nicely as means of pulling around trailers at events, shows, exhibitions. Its called the Titan.

    There is a lot more potential in your excellent vehicle, of a wider set of uses and customer base.

    Certainly this could be a bus for transfer of the disabled between flights. Lufthansa were excellent and efficient in this.

    And a multi-use taxi service or chauffeur service for VIP lounges.

    Best of luck

  • Ray Smallwood says:

    Way to GO! I like it!

  • mif991 says:

    Nice job and nice renderings. Although it seems very costly to come up with a locking mechanism. Love the styling.

  • Deniece says:

    I love this concept. When will you have this available for purchase in the American southwest ?

  • Sarreq Teryx says:

    not new. saw this concept on Beyond2000in the late 80’s.
    BEHOLD…. The Chrysler Voyager III concept:
    http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2014/01/09/cars-of-futures-past-1989-chrysler-voyager-iii/

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