Imagine a monolithic, egg-shaped flying car whose surface splits to let you enter and fly it around Luxembourg—where it points out historic architecture and allows you to explore the city via a steering wheel that emerges from the dashboard. You know what? You'd better watch the video below. Words just can't describe all the awesomeness contained in the futuristic Aeon Project flying car. We're talking 3D navigation apps and tourist apps that allow you to explore ruins or rebuild roman temples at the touch of the windshield. Don't get it? Like we said, watch the video, or click through our gallery for a better idea.
[youtube width=”537″ height=”456″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjnbiaY1JCE[/youtube]
Created by design team Akki Reddy Challa, Fabien Chancel, and Michael Harboun, The Aeon Project takes on the challenge of melding interactive apps with a flying car. Their vision can be driven manually or in automatic mode to create an interactive vision of sustainable transportation. The vehicle allows the driver to sit in a traditional position and steer via a wheel that emerges from the flexible dashboard, or recline and steer via holographic steering wheel. Apps connect the driver with social networks, GPS maps and directions that are transposed on the windshield. There’s even one unexplained app titled “Space Travel”—we’re not at that point with personal vehicles just yet but it looks like we’re getting closer…
Via Yanko Design