The state of urban traffic is so dense, encourage the various parties to create a smart car. More recently, a designer named Alexander Malyshev is preparing an intelligent city car project, named 'Mirrow Provocator'.
As reported of Worldcarfans on Wednesday, February 17, 2106, Alexander designing a virtual city car for four passengers, with baggage for luggage that is not too much. The sides of the car, use a lot of detail made of polymers. Thus, the car body more effectively absorb and channel the energy of the impact of the accident.
|Mirrow Provocator, an intelligent city car designed by Alexander Malyshev. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1oqQWEK)|
Interestingly, access to the driver and passengers is located on the rear side of the machine. While the door on the side is only used in emergencies. This construction, according to the designer, is claimed to provide the highest level of safety, which is inspired by the rally cars.
|Right side view of Mirrow Provocator. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1oqQWEK)|
By the look of a minimalist interior, city car is fitted with adjustable steering wheel, power windows, mirrors, seats, and a sunroof, entertainment features for passengers in the rear seat, as well as a navigation system.
|Dashboard view of Mirrow Provocator. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1oqQWEK)|
In addition, there is also a Xenon projector headlights, automatic transmission, rain and light sensor. The car was also equipped with cruise control which is part of the equipment, even if available optionally.
|Rear side view of Mirrow Provocator. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1oqQWEK)|
Provocators will be prepared in two versions. First with the classic combustion engine and the hybrid or electric powertrain and the second version use a gasoline engine or a diesel three-cylinder turbocharged small displacement to 1.5 liters. The hybrid and electric variants could use a large package of batteries, installed in the floor and providing a range of 217-249 miles (350-400 kilometers). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | WORLDCARFANS]
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