Inner City Vehicle by Sean Seongjun Ko

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Today we want to show you creative concept car created by designer Sean Seongjun Ko. Called “Inner City Vehicle” this car resembles an urban cocoon. ” A vehicle in which people can relax and enjoy a comfortable ride, in a ‘classic yet modern’ design that romanticizes the future. The compact 4-seater vehicle fits into the sustainable environment of the future city by using hydrogen fuel cell technology. The designing use autonomous technology, and the interior space is very flexible; the seating layout also differs from the usual norm where every passenger faces single direction.” Take a look!
Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

Inner City Vehicle

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