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Concept vehicle: Jameson Klug's “The City”

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The City is a concept vehicle designed by Jameson Klug to be affordable, lightweight, and simple. The idea came by joining a motorcycle with a car shell and, obviously, this brings benefits characteristic to both these types of vehicles: the versatility, low fuel consumption and thrill of riding a motorcycle when this is separated from the shell and the ability to carry two persons and cargo when attached to it.

Jameson Klug says: “My concept is based around the motorcycle architecture, and allows the car shell to attach when needed, to provide for extra cargo capacity, protection from the weather, or to carry two additional passengers. The driver still sits on the motorcycle even as he attaches it to the car, and utilizes its controls to save complexity.”

The entire bodywork is made of roto-molded high strength plastics, with a biodegradable honeycomb soy core, while the star rotor engine powering this entire assembly is capable of recycling heat that would normally be wasted.

Source: greenmuze
Concept vehicle: Jameson Klug's “The City”
Concept vehicle: Jameson Klug's “The City”


2 comments:

I think I have seen a lot of rides with the similar concepts. Except that those that I see are rolling kiosks of either food or supplies. Its pretty much the same and there are a lot of it in Asia.

I think I have seen a lot of rides with the similar concepts. Except that those that I see are rolling kiosks of either food or supplies. Its pretty much the same and there are a lot of them in Asia. Its cool to ride them as well.

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