This is the Honda Puyo, a concept car which runs on hydrogen fuel. The Puyo boasts “no sharp edges” and is covered in soft silicone so that it can absorb light collisions. You use a joystick instead of a steering wheel.
Created by Robert Hoffman and designed for an auto magazine, this Nissan Moon Buggy vehicle is the direct inspiration from the Lunar Modules. The oversize rear wheels are supposed to provide more efficiency in maneuverability. Not only that, when it reaches high speeds, Ailerons are deployed for increased aerodynamics, Ailerons are commonly found on fixed-wing aircraft!
The Bombardier Embrio is a powered hydrogen fuel cells, with infrared night vision and an active suspension that adjusts to road conditions, thanks to a computerized network of sensors and gyroscopes. To drive it, there’s an accelerator trigger on the left handlebar, to stop it, simply use a brake trigger on the right handlebar. The Embrio is made of lightweight materials like aluminum, magnesium and nylon – weighing only 360 pounds!
Nissan Pivo 2 is powered by advanced Compact Lithium-ion Batteries and featuring a unique rotating cabin, which means no reverse gear required. Each of the four wheels are powered by electric motors and can turn through 90 degrees to allow Pivo 2 to drive sideways as well as forward.
Peugeot Moovie isdesigned by Portuguese designer, André Costa. The rear wheels are actually part of the doors, and have multiple functions: allowing access to the cabin and also reducing energy consumption because of its such huge set of tires.