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Designing New Vehicles


Cars of tomorrow will certainly look different from today’s. Gasoline-powered, internal-combustion engines are bulky. Getting rid of them would free up a lot of space, allowing engineers to rethink automotive design. Car interiors may look more like comfortable lounges with customized seating arrangements. And forget steering wheels: Carnegie Mellon University researchers predict that self-driving robotic cars are only a decade away. Car exteriors will look different, too. Audi engineers suggest that cars could use holograms to change looks. Toyota predicts that nanotechnology will enable cars to morph into different shapes and styles based on a driver’s whims. Ferrari’s Monza concept vehicle (above) is “part car, part motorcycle, part flying wing.” It takes the idea of a “hybrid” to a whole new level.

Watch this cool video about future cars here:

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