Intended towards the “Generation Y,” the “Nindo” by Croatian designer Elvis Tomljenovic is a microcar concept with a three-seat layout to commute a small family (two adult people and one child) in comfort. Featuring the body panels finished in recyclable plastic, the futuristic vehicle is easy and economical to change, while the electric powertrain offers a clean and green ride on city roads. Locating the taillights, based on LED technology, behind the rear window, the zero-emission vehicle presents a flexible interior with an empty space, alongside the driver’s seat, to store daily stuff, such as bike, pet storage, shopping bags etc. Touting a digital dashboard that can be customize to suit needs of the driver, the Nindo offers an in-wheel drive, as comes integrated with four in-wheel electric motors, while the touchscreen technology runs on custom-made applications to allow complete control.
Via: Car Body Design