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Japanese retail company Muji has joined forces with Sensible 4, a Finnish autonomous vehicle maker, to create Gacha, a stylish new autonomous shuttle bus designed to handle a wide variety of different environmental conditions... Continue Reading Muji-designed all-weather autonomous shuttle bus rolling out in Finland Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Vehicles Bus
Japanese brand Muji has revealed designs for an autonomous shuttle bus built for all weather conditions, set to hit the roads in three Finnish cities by 2020. Read more
This week on Dezeen, Priestmangoode revealed the first full-scale Hyperloop pod in Spain, and a prototype bus that tackles air pollution took to the UK's streets. Read more
UK transport operator Go-Ahead has launched a bus with a rooftop filter that removes air pollution as it travels. Read more
the vehicle becomes a mobile hub that supports the 12th biennial festival manifesta's initiatives associated with the education program throughout the city. The post ENORME studio transforms a bus into education hub at manifesta 12 in palermo appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Ahead of the 2018 IAA Commercial Vehicles expo in Hannover, Germany, this September, Daimler Buses has announced the world debut of the eCitaro electric city bus from Mercedes-Benz. The reveal is part of a push to eventually replace combustion engine-powered city buses in a few short years... Continue Reading Daimler previews all-electric public transport future with premiere of eCitaro ci
brooklyn bridge park – one of new york city's most popular destinations – is treated to a 'supersized' sculptural experience, courtesy of the public art fund. The post erwin wurm parks beefy ‘hot dog bus’ in brooklyn, serving up free franks all summer long appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Vintage Electric offers a few emission-free ways to get around California, and for its latest retro-inspired ride it has enlisted one the Golden State's most iconic figures. Big wave surfer Jeff Clark is best known for spending 15 years paddling into the Mavericks break alone before it became world famous, but for his latest ride he is taking a much drier (and safer) approach. The Jeff Clark
promoting netflix's 'altered carbon' show, is the 3D bus stop ad clever or creepy?The post an incubating human creeps out commuters at west hollywood bus stop appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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