How consumers live, work and get around is positioned to change dramatically over the next few years, which is what 'Project Cubiq' aims to address by offering a new concept of what it might look like.
Designed by Charles Keusters, the project imagines the year 2035 and puts a focus on driverless transportation solutions as a catalyst for widespread culture change. Instead of being used to get consumers to and from work, the vehicles would act as mobile offices to let consumers stay connected and explore their passions.
The 'Project Cubiq' imagines a society that is focused on zero emissions, while international hyper loops and supersonic jets allow consumers to freely travel. The widespread adoption of automation in this future world would see many jobs become obsolete, but this is positioned as an evolution that would let consumers explore their curiosities and passions more wholly.
'Project Cubiq' Imagines the Face of Working and Living in 2035
Michael Hemsworth — April 27, 2019 — Autos