The Peugeot Plug is a concept car designed to be driven by a community of drivers as opposed to a single owner. The plug was designed by Minchul Kim who envisions the Plug learning the routes of the city it's in from the drivers who direct it.
The Peugeot Plug has a built-in artificial intelligence system that retains routes, points of interest and other helpful tidbits input by drivers. The information is then relayed to the next person to enter the Plug and the cycle begins anew. In addition to being a vehicle, the Plug is also designed to be used as a bench. This opens up the car for curious city folk who aren't members of the Peugeot-Needs community, but want to see what the Plug is all about.
The concept of car sharing is rapidly advancing, but the cars being shared are still the same cars that clog up and pollute city streets. A carbon-neutral car such as the Peugeot Plug would reduce pollution and encourage newcomers to car sharing with its innovative and intuitive design.
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