Folding City Car Or Virtual Computer on Wheels

I think you will agree with me that the charm of taking ride in big luxurious coupe tones down during space-crunch at parking lot. But i wonder why carmakers are geared up to produce big and now huge models to accommodate more people. Why i am pointing to this issue is because installing giant cars at doorstep becomes a severe problem.

Considering this, scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have designed a solution that respects the space-crunch and meet your needs at the same time. The developed vehicle can be folded while parking. For now, scientists have placed a small sculpt of this car at the campus museum and plans are alive to convert this model into a real-life car that will hit the road with approaching spring.

Engineers and designer concerned with the development of this car are convinced to deliver a full-scale model, which would be a replica of this virtual work. Franco Vairani, designer of the foldable frame defines this car as a virtual computer on wheels. Truly, it would be an out product of the revolution in technologies but it’s still a challenge to convert this virtual model into a feature-packed coupe that leaves its charm once its hits the road. Expectantly, such cars would be rationally priced as it makes no sense unveiling a ‘City Car’ that tops the wish list of ordinary men.

Via AuttoMotto
Folding City Car

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