Is Peugeot Q really the answer for better parking in crowded areas in the future? Well, with its 360 degree maneuverability system, it might as well be. Designer Juan Trillo has given Peugeot lovers something to look up to for a post-2020 world. It’s a compact two seater with only three wheels, all the better to make parking so much easier, even for drivers who have been experiencing bad parking in tight areas and from difficult angles.
Now that we have cleared out its practicability, let us see what else Juan Trillo has designed for the Peugeot Q. It runs with two lithium-ion engines, one installed in each front wheel, giving both an emission-free driving experience and the comfort of feeling a responsible and friendly driver to the environment. Now that’s something good to know, although there are some down sides to the vehicle, such as its safety system. The only thing protecting the passengers from the exterior is a thin layer of metal. All the more worse in case of a collision, but luckily its backed up by its smooth maneuverability. You have better control of the wheel, so there are better chances to dodge a collision than to experience it.
Why do so much designers opt for three-wheeled vehicles? As you have seen in the Peugeot Q’s case, drivers have better control of the wheel, not to mention the fact that it enlarges energy efficiency. The Peugeot Q looks intriguing, although its hidden rear wheel might give the impression that the vehicle is sawed in half in some kind of auto industrial magic trick. The colors are well defined for a futuristic world, even though black would go pretty well too, with some green LEDs for the headlights. It’s obvious that the Peugeot Q wins with its maneuverability, but instead of rushing things we’d suggest Juan Trillo to increase the car’s safety. It’s one of the elements we’re looking for in future cars. Don’t you agree?
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