It’s basically like sitting on a sofa inside a barrel rolling down the street and just how the hell do you get enough clearance on it to make it over any speed bumps or even coke cans for that matter. Is the steering really going to work when the wheels are fixed to the chassis? It’s going to have to be about slowing one wheel down to corner. On the plus side, flipping it doesn’t look like much of an option.
Best of all, though, is the armored Batmobile effect when you drop the semi-transparent glass shielding. Imagine the site of this zipping up behind you in your rear view as you’re heading down the fast lane of the M4 and if no one gets out of your way, the Ozone car could just roll over the top of them.
The fact that the Ozone car runs on hydrogen fuel feels like a bit of an afterthought but a green machine it is. I’ll eat my keyboard if it ever gets made but it’s a nice idea all the same.
(via the design blog)
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