In the case of the BioThink concept car, the idea that inspiration from nature may resulted in more simplified products is certainly not the case. Mohammad Ghezel's project is an exceedingly futuristic one that boasts Jetsons-age technology and an alien-esque aesthetic.
Looking at this electric vehicle does, however, stir the image of an exotic caterpillar, complete with six legs at the rear and an elongated cockpit with a transparent rounded roof. It seats two people, one in front of the other, and integrates a cutting-edge system of magnetized movement. Both versions of the BioThink have the ability to hover, following the specific directions of the driver or working in autopilot to take its passengers along quick route highways.