Cool Concept: Robo Taxi (3 pics)

Could this be the future of urban transportation? With the advanced rate of technology, it's definitely plausible. Conceived by Czech designer Petr Kubik, the Robo Taxi is designed for large metropolitan cities in which passengers can set their destination using the taxi's touch screen interface.

The lightweight vehicle is composed of two main parts: an undercarriage and a cabin, which can accommodate a maximum of two passengers with ordinary hand-held baggage. The car is driven by two electric motors which are integrated into the rear wheels and can operate for up to 20 hours.

Petr Kubik's website
via treehugger

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