The EDV-01 Solar and Fuel Cell-powered Mobile Home
Daiwa House, a prominent home builder in Japan has decided that theworld is going to end at some point in the next hundred years, if not in the next year itself. Well, they might not be high on the whole Mayancalendar scenario, but they sure are willing to cash in on the frenzysuch propaganda might cause. Hence the idea of EDV-01: an EmergencyDisaster Vehicle that will transform itself into a home with two floorsand all the necessity amenities.
The EDV-01 is equipped with solar panels and a fuel cell that willdrive your energy needs for a month or so after which you better startseeing some sunshine for further charging up. The two floors in the home a restroom, a small kitchen, beds, a shower, a fridge, LED lights andeven satellite-powered data transfer for your mobile or your laptop. You know, while we are at it, we demand DTH television services as wellsince we are stuck alone for god knows how long and entertainment couldcome in handy.
That apart, the EDV-01 can change from that closed container to a full home at the push of abutton in 4 minutes while the 10 ton behemoth will take sometransportation to get to a safe place. By the way, EDV-01 plan onlyworks in some doomsday scenarios as if we are having a nuclear warfollowed by a long nuclear winter, you can count it out for good. Well,we are happy that if we are going to die, we are doing it emission-free!
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