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Urban Playground:
Shifting from Cars to Mobility

‘FORM FOLLOWS SERVICE’. An unusual approach to autonomous driving: how new forms of mobility could lead to the emergence of new vehicle types and the first all-glass car.



Although we love classic automobile design like the ‘60s E-Type Jaguar or the more contemporary Tesla and Henrik Fisker designs we have often wondered why modern electric vehicles still follow classic car-making principles even though under-the-bonnet engines will be a thing of the past?

We have taken a look at future concepts for autonomous driving that go beyond the existing approaches. Above all there is a need for blanket mobility and closing the gap between passenger cars, car sharing, public transport and trains.

From individual to group.

Autonomous vehicles moving on their own specially designed routes and lanes are laying the groundwork for a revolutionary new understanding of safety, lightweight construction methods and new materials. Cars are hailed or collected On Demand only and can even be connected as a group or fleet. This could prevent traffic jams and significantly improve energy efficiency in future.

Interiors spacious as business class flights.

Autonomous vehicles also feature more spacious interiors that in future will resemble airline business class seating or first-class rail carriages. A front to rear glass passenger cabin will offer (360°) panoramic views with the visibility and transparency adjustable at the touch of a button.

THE PLAYGROUND SERIES“ is a format with an unconventional approach to the theme of disruption that is independent of existing concepts or market requirements.

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