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Vector Automobile : Single Person Vehicle with Half The Width of a Conventional Car

Vector Automobile has been designed to provide solution to our traffic problems. With more vehicles, building more roads might not always be possible, so there’s got to be something smarter that we can do to solve those issues. This concept project offers an alternative vehicle to the high volume of automobiles hitting the roads. With economic activity increases in Pakistan, it means that better economy, and it leads to more people can afford cars.

A popular solution to the increased population usually lies in public transportation, it can be to the point where personal vehicles are only allowed on the outer edge of the city. With Vector, passengers don’t need to be bound to the public transportation, this single person vehicle can hit the road and reduce traffic chaos especially in major cities of the country. The size is just half of a standard car, but it offers the same comfort level as car.

Designer : Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Vector Automobile by Bilal Majeed

Tuvie has received “Vektor Automobile” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Vector Automobile : Single Person Vehicle with Half The Width of a Conventional Car is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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