Audi Snook Futuristic Car Concept

Just for your information before you say “No” to this new Audi Snook concept, Audi Snook has won the Michelin Challenge Design Award 2008 at the Detroit Autoshow 2008. Designed by Tilmann Schlootz, German designer, this Snook concept is original and agile personal mobility vehicle that rides on a sphere.

Take a look at the multi-directional engine which consists of a sphere-wheel and enables the driver to navigate and steer the auto-stabilized cain in every direction. You’ll feel new driving experience, Audi Snook offers new maneuvers, fun driving, and satisfying the needs of future urban mobility.

audi snook concept

audi snook futuristic car concept

Tilmann Schlootz describes his project: “The Magic Egg of Columbus, or better, two billard balls standing on each other: this icon is my origin on the way of reducing the hardware demands of physical mobility to the minimum.

One point touching the ground, the inverse pendulum in motion. Agility through instability, controlled by artificial intelligence – that is my formal issue.”

The concept model and designer Tilmann Schlootz will be present at the “Hannover Fair” (21-25 April 2008).

audi snook transportation concept

audi snook car concept

Designer : Tilmann Schlootz

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toki mccown says: July 10, 2008

OMG i would buy one its so beautifully and artistic.

stephen russell says: March 8, 2009

Id be neat for use in cities IE Mex City, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mumbai, Delhi, Macau,

NYC, Boston, Cleveland, Paris-London-Rome.

Be neat to Rent.

Darn AI to keep system stabalized & balanced.

Liam says: June 11, 2009

It is a very well thoguth through concept and I really love it. I would never have thought of the comb-like seats. Well done. Very artistic.

rob says: October 19, 2009


James Smith João Pessoa, Brazil says: April 20, 2010

Where are the air bags, seat belts and other safety features?

I’ll believe this is a viable concept when I see one win a road race against conventional four-wheeled sports cars. No, I am not holding my breath. Interesting idea but without genuine practicality.

    Jack Frost says: November 5, 2010

    Pal this is something called a prototype, i think somebody will probably put a seat belt in there before any are sold.

mattd says: May 17, 2013

Try parking it

barty pit :) says: May 17, 2013

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The term motorcar has also been used in the context of electrified rail systems to denote a car which functions as a small locomotive but also provides space for passengers and baggage. These locomotive cars were often used on suburban routes by both interurban and intercity railroad systems.

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