Designer Kubik Peter’s automatic transport is electrically powered, and have two seats. That may not sound like greatly room, but there is a case in the back for some baggage. Known as the Robot Taxi, the vehicle has been designed for huge cities. The taxi is created with two main parts – an undercarriage and a cabin. The vehicle is driven by two electric motors which are integrated into the rear wheels.

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Robotic car powered by electric motors which give him an eco factor. With technology advancing at the pace it is today, we’ve to suppose that by the end of the century we won’t be driving our vehicles around the city. Rather, we will only be sitting on the then historic driver’s seat and doing some work. While the concept looks futuristic, industrial designer Kubik Petr think that nothing seems unattainable with modern technology at hand.

To guarantee highest mileage, the vehicle will be built from lightweight materials. Kubik think that the vehicle can do 90kmh and can work for 20 hours without a recharge. Whenever a person needs a ride, he/she will have to call the Robo Taxi operator who will then scan the system for the nearest taxi, which is then ordered to get to your location. The user can this set his/her destination by using the touch panel, which the taxi would be equipped with.

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