The idea behind the design of the Twinway concept car is that by removing the human element from its operation, the vehicle has the potential to move more efficiently from point A to point B. This would, of course, be most successful if every automobile on metropolitan roads was created this way.
Marko Lukovic proposes a four-seater that has all passengers facing inwards. A transparent E-Drive screen is installed between them, facilitating easy access for choosing routes, determining location and even enabling online entertainment. Tablets and smartphones could be synced with the Twin-Way system for convenient control. The Twinway could drive backwards just as it can forwards, plus it would has sensors and recognition software that would enable it to follow signs and discern speed limits.
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