Automobile manufacturers often have to compromise when it comes to including impressive features in their designs. Existing as a concept, the Exploder II packs quite the punch as its creator attempts to appeal to at least two different types of motorists.
Thermoplastic composite material would construct the body of this vehicle, making it strong and lightweight and consequently more efficient. The fuel costs would be lower than that of other four-person automotives and, somewhere down the line, the various components could be recycled or repurposed.
The Exploder II employs four-wheel drive technology with four separate motors that integrate with wireless steering. The tires of the eco-sport SUV permit it to traverse all sorts of terrain. Despite being an electric vehicle, Cristian Polanco's concept car would be made for speed in its alienesque and aerodynamic shell.