Travel time woes begin with traffic snarls and end with parking availability. Agreed that public transportation is a convenient option, but sometimes you just feel like taking the car instead. On such occasions the Peugeot 888 concept designed by Oskar Johansen would fit the bill of an eco-zippy car! Using solar energy, this car also has the ability to swoop up in a compact posture, so that with the increased visibility you can maneuver the car efficiently. The tilt up is achieved with the help of a hydraulic system that brings about the metamorphism.
Of course this mode in the car is called city mode, but as you head to the suburbs where traffic is less, you can position the car back to its original form. The suburban mode lowers the stance of the car to the normal position, thus adding speed and stability to the form.
The Peugeot 888 is an electric car that features Lithium-ion batteries for supplying power to the independent electric motor. The car also taps in the energy via photovoltaic cells that are placed on the trunk cover. Besides the impressive tech details, the 888 also has an impressive design to match.