Circulus Hydrogen-powered Concept

circulus_1_w4TpD_69Designer Santosh Chawla’s Circulus Concept was intended to be a compact vehicle which pleases it’s occupants in every way. The versatility combined with the vehicle’s overt cool factor and the ability to use it in different environments is this vehicle’s strong points. Either as an explorer of sandy beaches, snowy back roads, winding mountain passes, or simply commuting in the city, the circulus occupies an automotive niche like no other. Its’ dynamic shape and panoramic windshield make it lively and fun to drive. The occupants are always in contact with their surroundings.
The car front is omni-directional, so the sphere can roll to any direction, where as the rear provides more stability and braking. If the driver wants, it can turn 360º on a dime. The sphere is controlled by an independent engine connected to an intelligent system that recognizes every movement.
Circulus runs on a slim hydrogen power plant hidden in the back. The side body panels are made from recycled plastic, polyurethane for the seats and aluminum for the mechanical parts. There are LED’s for headlights and taillights. The main components such as the chassis and head protection are metal. Made up of simple component coach work (basic intersected volumes), the circulus is easily produced and accessible to everyone, but most of all, its fun to drive


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