While many motorists stick almost exclusively to the same commute each day, a number of drivers would appreciate the value in a vehicle that can adapt to different environments. The Laminar 3 concept is an extension of Daniel Fitzgerald's Laminar 2 design, this time integrating a transforming back end that interacts efficiently with the wind.
The sharp rear end of the automobile can shift outwards and upwards to catch and guide the passing air in a way that will improve the speed and stability of the cutting-edge conveyance. It can readjust for meandering roads, long stretches of freeway and steady suburban driving. The low drag profile alters its angle easily so that it's smooth sailing in the Laminar 3 with its seductive transparent cabin and its tapering aerodynamic tail.