A futuristic car–a new form of wearable machine–is presently on display at the San Diego Automotive Museum in Balboa Park.
The Nissan GT-R 2050 is a full-size prototype made at Nissan Design America, San Diego. It was designed by student intern Jaebum “JB” Choi to be an autonomous, human-connected vehicle of the far future!
According to the Nissan website, The completed project runs just under 10 feet long and sits just over two feet high. The single occupant, the driver, rests horizontally in a “prone” position with limbs extended in an X-shape. The driver wears a futuristic, form-fitting suit and helmet that resembles a superbike riders’ protective helmets and leathers.
Does it come with a Bat Cave, too?
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Interesting. When free energy is in place, I wonder if we will even have cars. Perhaps we’ll teleport everywhere. I do love road trips though.
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