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The TaxiProjekt Grew Out of Cabbies' Practical Requests

 - Jul 30, 2011
Standard four-door cars generally suit urban folk fairly well as inner city transportation, but when it comes to automobiles intended to ferry travelers to and from the airport, something like the TaxiProjekt is ideal.

There are several advantages to this design, which focuses firstly on providing ample space for the driver and passengers. Vacationers quite often have lengthy journeys to endure between the tarmac and their hotel or home, so the gift of extra headroom and elevated seats with broad windows are favorable features.

Of course, a compact trunk can make it difficult to pack away every piece of luggage efficiently, which is why Grzegorz Rozwadowski's concept allows for more suitcase space as well. The TaxiProjekt also incorporates low doors so that loading baggage requires less effort.