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   CaliforniaMama  Monday Sep 10 10:59 AM

September 10, 2012 - Concept Car

Car of the future?

The basic theory behind this structural skin is that the core is the strongest part of the vehicle, while the outer extremities (the structural surface) displays relative flexibility. This is the basic concept behind the reduction of shock from external elements.

An elastic capsule surrounds the driver and works to reduce/ prevent injuries in event of a collision. Elastic working at the conceptís rear helps it to get back on its wheels if it is ever knocked off upside down. The wheels are a special arrangement, each with a number of sections.
via Car News

Lamplighter  Monday Sep 10 12:29 PM

Originally Posted by CaliforniaMama View Post
Car of the future?

via Car News
With the sectioned tires, police tire strips won't stop it
... sort of "takes a stickin' but keeps on tickin'

dmg1969  Monday Sep 10 12:53 PM

Looks like a hot rod from Mars.

monster  Monday Sep 10 03:19 PM

Looks like one of my kids' toys

glatt  Monday Sep 10 03:30 PM

Originally Posted by monster View Post
Looks like one of my kids' toys
Yeah, well...

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monster  Monday Sep 10 04:58 PM

Mind you, anything that can survive Thor......

Trilby  Monday Sep 10 09:48 PM

Why tyres at all?

"Where we're going, we don't NEED roads!"*

*back the the future

SPUCK  Saturday Sep 15 06:44 AM

Imagine those open tires in a busy Sears parking lot. Just add soccer moms and a few drunks.

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