Families living in Siberia cannot wait for the Misha concept car to go from concept to reality. Alekseev Andrey's concept is designed specifically for Siberia; one of the harshest places on Earth to raise a family.
The Misha concept car may look like monstrous off-roader, but it is actually a family car. Misha seats four and has features common in minivans like a cargo ramp and chairs that rotate to allow the entire family to face each other. The vehicle is powered by electricity and has motors mounted in each wheel. Misha's interior is tech-savvy to say the least with a window that can function as a faux aquarium or a display screen for video gaming. Misha has a fiercely asymmetrical exterior and tires inspired by a bear's paws that provide better grip in the region's hard permafrost.
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The Misha Concept Car is Designed for Siberian Families
- By: Michael HinesJan 11, 2012