One of the models that sure will grab eye balls at this year’s Festival of Speed at Goodwood would be the Citroën’s C-Métisse concept. Its appearance is the first in the UK for this 155mph supercar which made its debut at the 2006 Paris Motor Show.
It’s marked by front and rear gull-wing doors, with an cockpit that is “aviation-style”, the and is powered by a 208bhp V6 HDi diesel engine. Also there are two separate electric motors placed on the rear wheels, enabling a top speed of 155mph, and reaches 0-62mph in 6.2 seconds while producing a torque of 400Nm, all this while retaining exceptional fuel economy a whopping 45 miles per gallon on the combined cycle! and maintaining low-emissions. So just zip zap and zoom!
Warm N’ Cool is a home appliance that can act as a warmer or cooler when needed. This simple device allows you keep your leftover from home and warm it up for lunch time wherever you are. This device ensures the freshness of your food by keeping the food cool and air-tight, just like a refrigerator. The heat accumulated from the refrigeration system will then be used to charge the thermo-electric batteries at the upper part of the box.
Designers : Arthur Kenzo, François de Martrindonos, and François Hurtaud
When the thermo-electric batteries are fully charged, you can place them at the bottom of Warm N’ Cool to warm the food whenever you want. Very practical isn’t it?
Tuvie has received this “Warm N’ Cool” concept from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
London is going to be cleaner and environment friendly with the help of Bombproof Bins called as “Renew”. These bins are designed to absorb heat of explosions, collects trash and recyclable materials in different compartments and there is a weather-proof LCD screen displaying news and travel information. These New Bombproof waste bins will be installed throughout London keeping in mind the city’s safety concerns. This is not a cheap or small project because each unit of bombproof bin will cost $50,000. Whenever there is a threat, the police remove public trash cans as a security measure because they can contain explosives but with these bins, police officials can be more relaxed.