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Superbus: Transport of luxury (concept)

In games on November 26, 2010 at 7:12 pm

Although Google wants the cars of the future to handle alone, a Dutch University students designed a prototype vehicle transportation of luxury, comfort and efficiency in mind.Superbus It could travel to 250 kilometres per hour, with 23 passengers in its interior and all kinds of comfort, from LCD televisions consoles game, system of air conditioning and Internet connection.


A few months ago we talked about statistics that indicate that young people are not interested in buying cars, showing a danger to the factories in the long term. Following the same line of thought, we could try to deduce what kind of vehicle used and Superbus seems the best option. This luxury vehicle is a concept that would forever change public transport.


The Superbus was designed by a group of students of Dutch origin at the Delff and was presented to the IAA trade fair. In design at first glance, the vehicle would seem a cross between the Batmobile and a limousine has six wheels of the body, made from lightweight materials.As expected, would have less place than a bus, only 23 passengers, but would also be equipped with eight gates, which will do much more convenient to enter and exit.


With 15 meters long and without a predefined path, the Superbus would seek to be a very flexible vehicle accommodating your path depending on the points of departure and destination of passengers.And as a good transport luxury inside it saves all kinds of amenities, from individual to work during the trip, until Internet connection, LCD televisions seats, air conditioning system and game consoles.All these comforts while traveling at a top speed of 250 kilometres per hour.


Moreover, it would be an electric vehicle that uses electric motors powered by a lithium polymer battery.How to access this vehicle would be through a mobile recruiting service and would to door customer to target.As you can see in the video above, the Superbus already exists, but is in phase of tests, ensuring security, anti system shock, sensors and radars operating as it should, even so, sounds like a very interesting bet for those who can access the service.

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