How often do massive delivery trucks, unloading daily goods, block your way to school, or the office for that matter, putting you at the receiving end in front of your principal or boss? And if you study and work in an urban environment, I can well sense your answer in the affirmative. Offering a solution to the routine problem, designer Mathieu Servais, as a part of the 15-member design team at Nantes Atlantic Design School (France), has come up with a concept car to replace heavy delivery trucks that cause chaos on the cramped city roads. Dubbed “Mobilus,” the concept vehicle is designed to deliver daily goods for professionals, which possibly can be turned into a portable daily goods carrier. Generating power from electricity, the futuristic vehicle is driven by a single person standing up, promoting clean and fluid circulation on the packed roads.