Mercedes-Benz Nimbus Concept Car by Slavche Tanevski

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Mercedes Benz Nimbus
It’s not often we get autos designed around right here designed specifically to become a taxi cab. That’s what’s going on throughout this Mercedes Benz branded Nimbus, designed by Slavche Tanevski. What makes this particular design special is that it’s sort of an official venture, having been completed throughout an internship in Slavche Mercedes External Design Studio, while using support of the outside designer Michael Fry (Michael Frei) and key designer of the exterior of Robert Forester (Robert Lesnik). Made for the year 2025, this Nimbus can be electric, having four electric motors mounted in the hubs using lithium ion batteries within the floor. Because of this location (rather than the motor becoming up front), there’s enough area to push the driving force forward to make space for another row regarding seats. The component you see above the new driver seat acts while both as exactly what the designer calls an aerodynamic and protective function as well being a visual separator between the new driver and the people they are driving around the city. In the passenger seats, there’s room for up to 5 adults or Several adults with all their own luggage. Large cup windows afford the people and the driver a lot of room to see, and the trunk (or the trunk, depending on where you’re scanning this), is low down and between the backed wheels, designed fat loss of a drawer than the usual traditional trunk.
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