Futuristic Opel Flow Solar Powered Concept Car
The Opel Flow is a concept vehicle designed by Miika Heikkinen torepresent Opel in the year 2049. The Flow is a single-seat zero-emission vehicle that allows people to navigate the city in a relaxed and cleanway. When not in use the vehicle integrates to the infrastructure toprovide resting places and to recharge onboard batteries.
The vehicle is intended to be made using lightweight materials andincludes clear solar panels as the main power source. The Flow comeswith an adjusting seat for more comfort. The weight of the battery packs keeps the vehicle stable.
The vehicle includes electric motors in the wheels. In addition togenerating solar power for recharging the batteries, the vehicle’schassis also collects energy from the body’s movement.
Via: Miika Heikkinen
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