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My aim was to create a driverless mobility vehicle for mega-city centers. The basic idea was to catch the ellegance and coolness of the old carri… Read More
My aim was to create a driverless mobility vehicle for mega-city centers. The basic idea was to catch the ellegance and coolness of the old carriages and define a new experience for a taxi service. Read Less
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Inspiration
The project was a semester design project at University of Art and Design Budapest. The projects theme was the future city mobility.
My aim was to create a driverless mobility vehicle for big cities like  Budapest for the future (in this case 2046) . The basic idea was to catch the elegance and coolness of the old carriages and define a new experience for a taxi service and also provide a smart concept.

The concept shows that the car would navigate with driverless technologies and uses clean energy for safe and quiet run. The car has a short overall length and friendly proportions. In the interior 4 passengers can have a seat on suicide seats.
The interior includes huge windows for the good sightseeing view. It has a convertible rooftop to let the passengers experience for from the city if the weather conditions are good.
The vehicles form language got the inspiration from the first carriage styled taxis.
The new features and the characteristic exterior could give extra values for the customers
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A futurisztikus taxi terve a városi közlekedés egyik alternatívájának lehetséges jövőjét vetíti előre. A kis helyigényű jármű vezető nélküli technológiát alkalmazva, emissziómentesen szállítja az utasokat és szűk helyeken is képes navigálni a négy kerék kormányzás révén.
A teljes utazási élmény érdekében a taxi nagy üvegfelületeket és nyitható tetőt kapott, így az utasok jobban kapcsolatba kerülhetnek a várossal utazás közben is. A formát az korai autók és hintó szerű taxik, valamint a modern organikus épületek inspirálták.
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early sideview
Final Renderings of the CAD model
 
 
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