That's exactly what I thought of, imolleda (although I remember it by another name, the Volkswagen Thing). I remember going for a spin in one of those cars (whatever it was called) with the windshield lowered. It was not a comfortable experience.
I assuming this concept vehicle is targeting the less than 30 car buyer but there are some 35 to 40yr olds who like to skateboard as well. Only the vehicle's designer knows the intended use for this sleek concept vehicle.
For me the main theme is "someone's thinking". The automotive engineers are willing to risk controversy by providing a concept car that grabs attention and strives to solve a problem. We would be hard put in the southeast to use a vehicle such as this due to frequent rain showers and real issues with theft but I feel it's a great idea for a commuter car. With our "regulation nation" I don't think it would ever win approval but a great concept at any rate. Good information Charles.
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