7 Real Transforming Vehicles You Didn't Know Existed

7 Real Transforming Vehicles You Didn't Know Existed


No.7 EO Smart Connecting Car
Created by DFKI Robotics Innovation Center, the EO Smart Connecting Car 2 adapts to the urban environment like a rat squeezing through cracks in a boarded-up building. It can shrink to take up less space, and even drive sideways into parking spaces. The pod-like design features seating for two and four electric motors, one mounted to each wheel hub. This design allowed engineers to give the car some serious turning ability. Each wheel can rotate 90 degrees.

No.6 Mercedes VARIO Alkoven 1200
The VARIO Alkoven, your spacious motorhome for the entire family. A VARIOmobil is as unique as you are and provides freedom in planning the interior layouts, overall equipment, painting and many other details. Forget limited interior variations and minimally equipped chassis types and start with us to create your own VISION of your personalized motorhome.

No.5 Doubleback VW Camper
The DoubleBack’s technology incorporates aircraft industry techniques and materials in its build. This lends great strength for minimal extra weight; the slide out extension weighs less than 150kg. The Doubleback now comes as a 2.0 or 2.3 liter diesel, with optional five person seating, a manual or automatic transmission, new furniture add-ons, and new layouts.

No.4 Wild Fennec Prototype Defender
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No.3 Letrons
LETRONS carries the first and only of its kind speciality in the world with full performance conversion in one to one scale and excellent technical data. LETRONS can be for sale if the buyers project and their reasons for use, meets the criteria of the LETRONS team.

No.2 The Hum Rider
Ever dreamed of eliminating the gridlock of cars in front of you at the press of a button? So has the crew at Verizon, who has engineered a traffic-eliminating vehicle that has driver's imaginations racing.

No.1 AeroMobil 3.0
AeroMobil is a flying car that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and planes, and opens doors to real door-to-door travel. As a car it fits into any standard parking space, uses regular gasoline, and can be used in road traffic just like any other car.

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