Innovative EDAG “Light Car Open-Source” Concept revealed at Geneva Motor Show

4 03 2009

German development group EDAG has revealed their new “Light Car – Open Source” concept at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. The new concept is a electric bubble car with a lot of innovative ideas on the inside.

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The use of OLED technology as, both driver-configurable external lighting units and as a television protect-like wellbeing include that alerts those behind of highway conditions. The car has 100% recyclable basalt fiber chassis and its will be more lighter and cheaper than carbon-fortitude or aluminum.

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The lithium ion-powered compact car uses in-helm motors that help amplify interior distance is a neat note, but we’re actually most intrigued by the OLED technology, which gives the Light Car an egg-velvety outer. The OLEDs are worn to show trailing vehicles not only the LCOS’ force of braking, but also street conditions forward – a pedestrian crossing the path, say, or whether there’s haste or construction zone ahead. We dream this person of tech would be murdered to authorize (at slightest in the States), but it does have us opinion in new behavior about vehicle safety and car-to-car communications.

This “Light Car” Concept is an open-source project, with EDAG led, but liberally gateway up the car’s technologies to unlikely developers for improvement and modification.

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4 03 2009
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5 03 2009
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