DRIVEN Concept Vehicle
Year 4 Thesis Project
Instructor: Scot Laughton, Doreen Stegmuller
To design a vehicle that will satisfy people's mobility needs, in high density residential areas. Making public transit more accessible.
This project will incorporate level 5 autonomous driving technology, all electric platform and sharing economy. To avoid established private ownership model.
The vehicle is symmetrical both front/back and left/right. Allow the vehicle to drive in both directions.
The gull wing doors opens up sideways, functioning as a temporary "roof top" protecting passengers from weather.