Volkswagen Concept Slipstream was created by a design team made by: Ian Hilton, Derek Jenkins, Patrick Faulwetter.

In the year 2057, population centers have become unimaginably dense and the roadways have reached the point of total saturation. Volkswagen’s solution is an advanced autonomous vehicle that dynamically adapts to minimize its footprint in the city and its drag coefficient on the highways.

Los Angeles Design Challenge: Volkswagen Concept Slipstream
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When in the city, these two-wheeled, teardrop shaped pods travel in an upright orientation that occupies one fifth the size of a traditional vehicle. When on a special freeway lane called the “Slipstream,” it tilts to a horizontal orientation optimizing its aerodynamic shape. Rear fins slide
out to allow the rear of the vehicle to float like the tail section of an airplane to achieve speeds in excess of 250 mph.

Los Angeles Design Challenge: Volkswagen Concept Slipstream
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The skin of the vehicle is made of hyper-efficient solar panels that power the vehicle.

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