The H Car is a hybrid vehicle, powered by electricity, hydrogen and what appears to be an unique mechanism set by designer Thomas Pastor. This special mechanism consists of small windmills, one in each wheel. When running on high-speed, the windmills are set in motion recharging the H Car with electricity. When the car’s energy is low, you just have to speed up a bit and the car will be recharged to full capacity in no time. A highly effective and efficient system for a green car, if we could say so. But its windmill/blade system is not all that’s impressive to the H Car. Its shape is gorgeous and 100% aerodynamic.
The wheels are carefully hidden in the car’s body to reduce noise as much as possible. Its muscular aspect resembles in a way Marco Aurelio Galan Henrequez’s Peugeot Hyperion concept, but in a more smoother version. What can you tell when you see it? It’s luxurious and jazzy at the same time. The dark red color, in which it’s presented, is perfectly selected to express exactly the H Car’s ferocity and wisdom. With some solar panels on top of the vehicle and Thomas Pastor deserves our homages.
Thomas Pastor is not a novice in the design business. He works in visual effects for the film industry. He’s specialized in bio-mechanical design, which includes robotics, eco-vehicles, spaceship and the list can continue. No wonder how superb the H Car turns out be. It would be absolutely foolish not to develop it towards western markets. Michael Keaton would need to re-shoot his parts from 1992’s Batman Returns in the H Car. Would you buy the H Car, paint it in black and drive it in a Batman suite? Get your utility belt and start saving the city from pollution.
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