Three Japanese industrial designers including Ippei Iwahara, Naoki Kato, and Keisuke Fukunaga, have designed a special futuristic vehicle that is quite different from any other electric autos.
Named the 'Kazaguruma,' the vehicle requires natural wind power to move. Using an alternate system from regular electric cars, this vehicle's speed and movement depends on wind forces, and generates no carbon dioxide as a bi-product, making it extremely eco-friendly.
Implications - The eco movement has become a global phenomenon and corporations are constantly looking for methods to satiate consumer demand for products which are environmentally sound. Companies looking to appeal to this demographic must implement eco-friendly initiatives into their product lines and services in all possible areas.
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The Kazaguruma Uses Natural Wind Energy To Move
- By: manzilAug 23, 2010 Updated: Jul 5 2011