Taking cue from the beauty of a curvy line, Brazilian designer Diogo Uzêda has come up with a car concept that runs on four electric motors placed in each wheel. Dubbed “Way-V,” the electric car presents a small yet smart design, as it locates batteries underneath the internal floor to add extra space within. The compact car features the body finished in nano-composite polymers, which comprises two lairs to ensure extra resilience and safety on the road. The external layer of the vehicle is made in flexible polymer that apart from being resistant also touts characteristic like auto-regeneration, water repelling and impermeability. While on the other hand, the internal lair can change its optical characteristics and assume any color, from opaque to transparent, in real time according to the likings of the costumer.
In addition, the body of the car can be used to display graphics like advertisements or vinyl-like graphics. Creating the console out of a nano-composite touch sensitive polymer, the Way-V presents the controls and buttons on the “car brain”, which is an extremely fast computer to offer all kinds of help and information to the driver. Moreover, you may use it like your home PC to store files, listen to your music, and communicate with your friends within no time.