Maximilian Troicher has this grand idea where a company is really serious about their employees’ well being. Volvo Care concept car has been designed for companies that want to support their employees’ physical and mental health. The main system of this futuristic vehicle would use user’s personal data associated with their work, such as their workflow with the company to tailor optimum schedule for their lives outside the company, it can also be customized to suit individual preferences.
Volvo Care helps to satisfy employee’s needs to get away from the city, commuting to multiple places whether it’s for work or for leisure. The fleet of cars will be owned by the company and used by the employees on demand.
Volvo Care Concept Car by Maximilian Troicher is a compact, three-seater vehicle with room for personalization. Each seat is designed with specific role, active driving, infotainment, and physical relaxation, these are three main focuses of this vehicle. The large translucent area provides unlimited vision and space for infotainment, the white side surfaces show the safety factor, it protects the load of the car. The extended cabin is visually shortened by the color split to continue Volvo’s new long dash to axle ratio in a compact vehicle.
The front body panel is backlit and used to communicate with other road users through its structure. The active driving mode on the centered seat lets you drive in a leaned forward position comparable to a motorcycle to focus fully on the road. The goal was also to mix up sitting positions within the car to prevent your body from getting rigid and developing malfunctions.
The rotational door opens with a part of the roof to ensure easy access with a lot of head space. An area at the front part of the door is customisable visually, and separates the vehicle you use at the moment from all the others on the road.