Displayed at the 2009 Melbourne International Motor Show, the Morph concept car by Daniel Fitzgerald is based on the idea of having the four wheels and a main cabin separate and adjustable. These wheel “pontoons” are hydraulically attached to the main cabin and allow the car to adjust its configuration. It can be a large sedan providing aerodynamics and handling for the highway, and when needed, the car can shrink its wheelbase in both length and width to that of a smart car for inner city traffic. Powered solely by electricity, the Morph provides adequate space for three commuters with the option to accommodate another one in the same space. The futuristic vehicle comes equipped with an automated parking feature that will drop you off at your destination and link up to a parking network. The morph also includes some conveniently placed passenger mirrors that allow the driver to talk to their passengers while keeping their eyes on the road, giving a dynamic and sporty look to the electric car.