I’ve been through a number of project cars and I will have to say that the Deltoid Energy Car, which was an entrant at the Michelin Design Challenge, is one of my favorites. Yes, the design is uber cool and futuristic but what impresses me the most is the means that power its electric engine. The double energy vehicle can either be powered by a regular electric grid or by using the solar energy stored through the photovoltaic elements placed on the top of the glass roof. Even the chassis of this car supports a double energy zone system. Two horizontal bars are connected with the main chassis to ensure that the crash energy does not enter the passenger cabin.
The moment the energy level is down, you do not need to look for an electricity charging station, instead, you can park it in the sun and the grind would be juiced up again. Just in case there is an emergency and the batteries conk, you have a replacement available readily at the bottom of the passenger seats. Given the logistics employed in the car, it is promising enough to serve as the basis of many future green vehicles to come.