The concept vehicle is christened as ECO and features tube car frame, half-hood body and carbon components that add minimum possible weight to this energy efficient and eco friendly vehicle. Created by Petr Novague as a mark of respect for Laurin and Klement, a pre-war Czech company, Further, chromium-molybdenum steel made lattice truss frame in the front part of the car is attached to the carbon frame with inside honeycomb.
The concept vehicle is combines the old traditions of pre-war cars with the modern and innovative technology and system logic.
Pre-war Car Petr Novague ECO Car Concept Inspired by F1 TechnologyECO is powered by the electric motors that are located in the narrow wheels. Electric motors are powered by the batteries located under the tilting front lid, which also works as door. With zero tail pipe emission, ECO offers clear and green ride added with comfort and range of 500 km per charge.
Hailed as “ECO,” the concept car features tube car frame, half-hood body and carbon components, which makes it a lightweight and energy efficient vehicle.
Pre-war Car Petr Novague ECO Car Concept Inspired by F1 TechnologyMoreover, the ECO car can change it ground clearance, thanks to the double-wishbone axel disposes of the push rod suspension, uniball endings and impact dampers, according to the road or terrain.
Attaching the lattice truss frame, made in chromium-molybdenum steel, to the carbon frame with inside honeycomb upfront that is inspired by F1 technology, the retro-futuristic car also touts electronic drive-line (4 x 4) with stabilization system, which reduces the weight of mechanical connections by a huge margin.