Saturday, March 27, 2010

David Panarella’s IMF concept reflects ‘Car of the Future’


This concept vehicle is the part of a project conceived and produced by David Panarella. The shape of this car is innovative and futuristic that has been made to reflect the ‘car of the future’ as a whole.

Christened as IMF (I’m future),...

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This concept vehicle is the part of a project conceived and produced by David Panarella. The shape of this car is innovative and futuristic that has been made to reflect the ‘car of the future’ as a whole.


Christened as IMF (I’m future), this car is designed with the recyclable materials. The all electric car has its engine positioned on all the four wheels driving the low pneomatici frictional resistance, already used by GM in its vehicles.



IMF’s body is made of lightweight basaltic fiber which is totally recyclable. In order to harvest the solar energy, IMF is equipped with egg shaped next generation solar panels that stores and conduit energy further to be used by the car.


Also, its interiors are made of plant fibers, similar to ones used by environmentally friendly cars such as Lotus, which are, again, recyclable. And because of the lightweight material used to make its body parts, the self sufficiency of IMF is about 270km.


This all electric car can be charged in 80 minutes when fast charge is used and take 8 hours and 30 minutes if charged at home. On the other, this car has placed a sort of compartment in the rear that makes a quick replacement of these at any appropriate station.


Thanks David.


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