Houston Moon Walker’s Aerodynamics Cut Energy Consumption

Houston Moon Walker, future vehicle
The Moon Walker being designed for the straight freeways of Houston reduces its body weight by 70 percent when reaching 65 mph. Aerodynamics with the help of an incorporated computer play this trick to reduce the amount of energy consumed by the car. The concept generates downforce and grip when breaks are hit. Houston Moon Walker is made of plastic panes and steel frames and it recharges itself with the energy stored in the solar panels of your house during the night.
Via: AutoMotto.com
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