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Moister Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle for The Year of 2030

Renault Moister is a design study to create a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle for the year of 2030. We are dealing with environmental issues, as you probably aware, designers are coming up with many underground cities concept realizing the possibility for future habitats. This futuristic vehicle has been designed based on the unique form of water, yes, the same element that gives its power. Unfortunately there are not further details we can get from the designer, hopefully, we can update this again in the future.


Designer : Antonio Yang Min-Seok


Renault Moister Concept Car by Yang Min Seok


Renault Moister Concept Car by Yang Min Seok



Renault Moister Concept Car by Yang Min Seok


Renault Moister Concept Car by Yang Min Seok


Renault Moister Concept Car by Yang Min Seok


Moister Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle for The Year of 2030 is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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