The Acabion Da Vinci is Touted as Being the Successor to the Car

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Sep 3, 2014
References: web1.acabion.ibone.ch & gizmag
The Acabion Da Vinci is the latest concept vehicle released by Peter Acabion. This audacious-looking concept vehicle is billed as being an ultra-efficient solar-powered electric vehicle that will succeed cards. It will be ultra-efficient, providing 1,200 miles per gallon at a mind-blowing top speed of 650 km/h.

The Acabian Da Vinci has four wheels extended away from the body and covered by aerodynamic shields. The vehicle is fitted with special 'wheel wings' that allow the suspension to move up and down. Passengers can enter the vehicle via a hinged fighter-jet-style cockpit cover that lifts right out and extends small stairs for entry and exit.

Peter Acabion and his team have taken to crowdfunding website Indiegogo to attempt to raise $39.4 million to bring the audacious vehicle from concept to reality. If the vehicle does become a reality, pricing will be individually negotiated "upon request".