Without a miss, you will find a familiar sight of sheen brown haze that hovers around in almost every major city in the world, entity is called a smog. This particular element comes mostly from cars, SUVs, and pickup trucks, the very things most of us drive or ride in a day-to-day basis.
Along with the smog comes carbon dioxide (CO2), a greenhouse gas that is the primary cause of climate change. Added to this calamity is urban growth that is becoming the new way of life, and with it challenges to transportation. In our country especially the metro, city streets are already congested or clogged, and once the “rush hour” traffic starts comes the time people thought of “may forever sa traffic”.
But things are about to get better. A new trend of innovation, led by leading carmakers and automotive-tech companies globally, will transform the driving experience. Don’t worry, the car won’t disappear, it will just be powered by different energies, and in some cases, take on new shapes.
Manufacturers work out future ideas through concept cars. To solve the issues of pollution and crowded streets, their ideas of vehicles of the future are smarter, quicker and safer. They also will be self-driving, monitor the person behind the steering wheel and even communicate between themselves to avoid collisions. Yes, the future is here!
Here are some concept cars that could pretty well be what we’ll be driving in 2025 (hopefully).
Chevrolet EN-V 2.0
Sixteen Chevrolet EN-V 2.0 cars are currently operating in a ride share program in Shanghai, China. Chevrolet. Chevrolet’s second-generation EN-V 2.0 (Electric Networked-Vehicle) may look like designers crossed a ladybug with an autobot, the two-seat electric vehicle can scoot around cities at 25 mph for 25 miles with energy from a lithium-ion battery.
Mercedes-Benz F 125
The Mercedes-Benz F 125! combines a hydrogen fuel cell system with a lithium-sulfur battery for a zero emissions driving range of 621 miles. Designed to represent what a luxury four-passenger car could look like in 2025, the F 125! is an F-Cell plug-in hybrid. tHE use of lightweight fiber-reinforced plastic, carbon fiber, aluminum, and high-strength steel, weight is kept to a minimum. The car has autonomous features, can automatically change lanes and navigate traffic jams without driver involvement.
40-mile range and a top speed of 80 mph, the Volkswagen NILS would be an ideal vehicle for most urban commuters. Was designed and engineered to offer a dynamic driving experience while generating neither emissions nor noise. The car weighs just 1,015 pounds. A minimalist cabin features a seven-inch TFT display that indicates speed, range, and energy flow.
Toyota Fun Vii
Bat mobile? Yes, it’s here! Toyota’ Fun Vii exterior is made of touch-screen panels that can be changed, based on the owner’s preferences, with a simple smart phone app. Fun Vii, which stands for “vehicle interactive Internet.” Like the exterior, whatever visuals you would like to see on the inside can be wirelessly painted in real-time. Then there’s the holographic “navigation concierge” lady with a cute little hat that pops out of the dashboard. She can guide you around the vehicle’s features or help find your way from one place to another.
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