Embryo is an eco vehicle with a cell-powered engine that runs on hydrogen fuel. But, that’s not all. It has an autopilot that is automatically activated in the event of a possible collision. It meets all expectations of what the future eco vehicle should look like. It’s design is both luxurious and practical, similar to an organism, with its doors opening vertically, to empower its position. Its exterior is built out of recyclable aluminum for energy efficiency and silicon materials for the interior. Special regards go to the concept’s creator, Goran Marinkovic.
The Embryo could be developed as a fully functional family car. Its current model is only a two-seater. So much for outdoor picnics, but maybe Marinkovic will think of it in the future.
The aspect isn’t very different from what we have seen so far from other designers. The car’s protective layer absorbs the impact of a collision to keep passengers safe. Rest assured, this concept vehicle can be the perfect candidate for your garage and for your family. The car’s safety system is designed to communicate with its surrounding area, gathering information such as speed, distance and so on.
Its adjustable suspensions are a handy feature for harsh roads, although not good enough on off-roads. Embryo is an urban ecological vehicle, after all, so don’t think you’ll be driving it in the mountains.
Would we offer this concept a place in a top ten eco-vehicles designed so far? It’s ecological, we give you that. It’s also energy efficient, protective towards the driver and its passengers. Fuel consumption? At a minimum. Can we trust Goran Marinkovic to make this eco vehicle become a reality of our daily lives? For certain and we await that day to come. Would you buy the Embryo?
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