With the increasingly cramped space on the roads, the day doesn’t seem too far when people have to get around using personal pods powered and guided by an electric grid embedded in the city street system. Keeping this future prospect in mind, designer Phillip Seagram has come up with ‘Individual Articulating Commuter’, designed for Honda.
Honda Individual Articulating Commuter is a mobility vehicle concept to propelled by two 2 in-wheel motors that develop a total of 80hp and 40 ft-lbs Max torque. Designed to be charged when parked inside an IAC garage, the electric vehicle features a split door system to keep it compact even when the doors are open.
Measuring 111 inches long, 43.65 inches high, and 58 inches wide, the compact vehicle changes its shape, from horizontally flat to vertically upright, according to the speed. It also allows in-wheel drive and includes a hidden balance wheel for a safe drive.
Cheers, [Phillip Seagram!]