Futuristic Volkswagen ID5 Concept Car for The Year of 2050 Generates Energy from The Air

Volkswagen ID5 is a design study, vision of future cars for the year of 2050. Submitted by Miguel Mojica, it looks like our future cars would filter the air and transform it into energy. You can read his explanation below. It is a vehicle projected for the year 2050, it will be the first step […]

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Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept Car Features Off-Road Look

I love Volkswagen’s car, especially Beetle, both coupe and convertible. Recently Volkswagen has given the public a chance to see its latest Beetle Dune concept car, an awesome beetle with off-road look. It can be the sportiest Beetle ever, but unfortunately there’s no further explanation whether this concept will get into production or not. Painted […]

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National Geographic 2035 Zaire Concept Vehicle by Dongman Joo

National Geographic is famous for its daring expeditions and adventures, life-threatening challenges for all adventurers. Zaire is a concept vehicle which has been designed and developed for National Geographic in 2035, a tough all-terrain vehicle which is an ideal companion for anyone to explore places where no one would dare to venture before. Here’s what […]

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Volkswagen NILS : A Compact Single Seat Electric Vehicle For The Future

Volkswagen NILS takes you to minimalist mobility of the future. It’s a single seat electric vehicle that features aluminum space frame, wing doors, and cool free-standing wheels. NILS has the dynamic performance of a sports car yet travel silently and emission-free. To anticipate the future, NILS vehicle has to be technically realistic and economically feasible […]

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Futuristic Volkswagen Aqua Air-Cushion Vehicle

Volkswagen Aqua is a Chinese off-road based vehicle. It has an imminent approach of futuristic means of transportation powered by hydrogen and driven by impeller. It functions with several engines and the major one drives the fan and is accountable for elating the vehicle by giving high pressure air below the craft. This blow up […]

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