This looks like an electric vehicle that Ed "Big Daddy" Roth would have designed had he graduated from the Art Center. Instead this EV concept came from Portuguese designer Ricardo Baiao. He calls it the Peugeot Dauphin. On paper it has the capability to go 186 miles following a 6-hour charge at the vehicle's home docking station. Made from advanced carbon-fiber and epoxy-resin materials, the Dauphin concept offers advanced communications technology that allows the driver to call up information from his home computer. Baiao says the vehicle should go up to 90mph, so he has thoughts beyond NEV applications. Be sure to check out Baiao's other projects on his web page, including the solar-powered home entertainment system. This guy's good.


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