Moovie - Big Wheel Electrical Peugeot Automobile Of The Future

Posted: Aug 29 2005, 8:54am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:24pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Moovie - Big Wheel Electrical Peugeot Automobile of the Future
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Moovie is a big wheeled design concept for a compact city car.

The Moovie design from André Costa is the winner of the 3rd Peugeot Design Competition. The concept car will be shown at the IAA 2005 Auto Show in Frankfurt. Apparently the Moovie can make turns just by using its two big wheels. The front only has two spheres for support, but the steering is done with the big wheels in the back.

The Moovie reminds me more on a vacuum cleaner than on a car.Moovie - Electrical Peugeot Automobile of the Future Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review

More details on 101Reviews and on the Peugeot Design site (French).

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Another Peugeot Compact Cars of the Future
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