Car of the future: The Ecco Nau

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The Ecoo all-electric vehicle, designed by studio NAU has no emissions of its own, and can be quickly charged at a standard 240V station. But when used for extended living purposes, even where no electricity is available, its built-in photovoltaic panels and solar sail roof mean that it can cut out the middle man, and charge directly from the sun.

Freedom is all about the pioneering spirit that takes you where you want, when you want, without a worry about how much a full tank will cost or harm the environment. Freedom means a spontaneous trip to the country or to the sea with friends which may last a day, or a week. While we may have gotten caught up in chasing the ultimate driving machine, the Ecco takes us back to a simpler time. A time when life was about treading lightly, both on the road and off.

The Ecco’s promise: Zero emissions. Zero guilt. Unlimited space to dream.

(via ArchDaily)

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  • Admin User

    speed bumps? potholes?

  • ronch

    Sure, this would look ok in a sci-fi movie, but I’m not sure how this will ever get past that.

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