The Future: Hallucigenia 01 Car Concept

Posted: Nov 27 2003, 5:44pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:08pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

The Future: Hallucigenia 01 Car Concept
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Japanese Design Firm Leading Edge Design presents a prototype of a new transportation concept.

Hallucigenia 01 is a working scaled down (1/5 scale) vehicle prototype. The key thing are the eight independent wheels.
The wheels are able to rotate indepently and also have a controlled supension. The vehicle can go up slopes with keeping the car leveled. Also it can drive through a slalom without changing the direction of the body.

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