Toyota Biomobile Mecha has been created by a design team made by: Edward Lee, Erwin Lui, Yo Hiruta, Kevin Hunter.

It is the year 2057 and due to limited ground space, vertical architectures have caused the transportation industry to create new pathways that also explore vertical space.

Los Angeles Design Challenge: Toyota Biomobile Mecha
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An innovative solution is discovered in biomimicry. Inspired by life found in nature, the vehicle is powered by pollution with dynamic driving instincts and structural adaptations to accommodate the user’s need for space.

Los Angeles Design Challenge: Toyota Biomobile Mecha
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This vehicle’s unique capability to extract pollutants in the air and utilize it as an energy source restores balance to our atmosphere. It is able to autonomously adapt to its driving environment by utilizing its four nano-laser wheels. Nanotechnology also enables the structure of the vehicle to expand and contract horizontally and vertically to serve as a compact commuter, an aerodynamic performance vehicle and temporary dwelling.

Los Angeles Design Challenge: Toyota Biomobile Mecha
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