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Inner City Vehicle Concept by Sean Ko

Seongjun ‘Sean’ Ko’s project proposes a future inner-city vehicle that is not only environmentally acceptable, but also capable of shaping a deeper emotional relationship between the people and the environment.

The four-passenger vehicle — which was inspired by historic London and the horse carriages that were commonplace at the time — acts as a ‘mobile pavilion’, where people can interact with the urban environment.

It is also an “urban cocoon,” says Ko, where people can relax and enjoy the comfortable ride from its “classic yet modern” shape, which becomes in itself a part of the urban landscape.


Autonomously powered by hydrogen fuel-cell technology, the interior space — inspired by sliced sculptures — is flexible and variable.

See images of Sean Ko ‘s Inner City Vehicle concept below.

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