Easy-to-Assemble, Low-Cost Green Vehicle

February 15th, 2010 by GreenDan Leave a reply »

lillies-vehicle-conceptDesigned by Marcos Costa, this vehicle can hardly be called a car, being composed of very few parts.

Costa decided to name his project “Anything Moves a Bucket of Lillies,” and its goal is to make more people aware of the wasted that occurs as a result of car-making process today.

To create the car there is no need to use welding and painting techniques that are being utilized nowadays.

The designer decided to place the electronic modules in the vehicle’s low center in a safe area. The driver can recharge the battery pack by making use of induction coupling technology. The latter makes it possible to power up the vehicle during parking time. The main advantages of the car are its low cost and eco-friendliness.



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