The Vitreous Concept Car Seats Only Passengers for Observatory Rides

By: Amelia Roblin - May 1, 2015
References: behance.net & tuvie
Even experienced and comfortable drivers must get excited about the future of autonomous vehicles, for concepts like the Vitreous are cropping up with such fascinating features. Foremost, the idea of being able to travel effortlessly and directly to your destination is always appealing.

Packed into Thian Kun Ming's innovative automobile design are some thoughtful considerations that equip the car for the increasingly congested city streets around the world, plus limited parking spots. The boxy shape maximizes on interior space within its compact frame, enabling four people to sit inside. The seats can be moved back and forth on tracks and the backrests can be reversed, enabling the small group of passengers to arrange themselves as they like. The Vitreous's glass walls offer a scenic route wherever this driverless car goes.