Designed by Jameson Klug, the City is a vehicle concept for developing nations that combines two vehicles, a car and a motorbike, into one, for the motorcycle is the preferred method of transport in highly congested urban areas, whereas a small car works better on longer trips or to carry cargo. Based around the motorcycle design, the two-in-one vehicle is affordable, lightweight, simple and rugged, which when needed wraps into a car shell to provide extra cargo capacity, protection from the weather or to carry two additional passengers.
Made of both car body and motorcycle body, roto-molded high strength plastics, with a biodegradable honeycomb soy core, the hybrid vehicle generates power from a revolutionary ICE engine, which is up to 60% more efficient than standard piston engines. The star rotor engine also features an entirely different thermodynamic cycle, known as the Brayton cycle (used in jet turbines), which recycles waste heat and exhaust with a heat exchanger. Featuring aluminum sub frames to attach the suspension as well as engine, the futuristic vehicle integrates windows finished with polycarbonate with a microscopic diamond coating for extreme scratch resistance.