LA Design Challenge: Nissan OneOne

Concept Cars 10 Dec 2007
LA Design Challenge: Nissan OneOne

Nissan OneOne combines personal mobility with the family-robot concept. Powered by a skating-like propulsion and guided by a GPS system, it is capable of tranporting passengers without the driver.


The OneOne concept is Nissan’s entry for the 2007 Los Angeles Design Challenge, based on the theme "Robocar 2057".

  • Nissan Design America
  • Design Team: Bruce Campbell, Doug Wilson, Robert Bauer, Bryan Thompson, Rie Arroba, Jeremy Malick, Laurie Tait, Matt Wilson, Soichi Maruyama

From the official Press Release:

Nissan One One Concept - design panel"In the year 2057 robots have become an integral part of our lives blurring the line between humans and machines."

The Nissan OneOne is the ultimate pet; a friendly, helpful member of the family of the future. 

OneOne (pronounced “won-won,” an endearing Japanese description of a barking dog) takes care of every aspect of the family’s busy lives from retrieving dry cleaning and groceries, to tending to the children. 

Guided by a real time GPS network, OneOne can take the children safely to school, soccer practice and back home in time for dinner.

OneOne takes mobility to a new level.  Using synthetic muscles in its “legs,” it propels itself along by skating, much like you would on a pair of rollerblades. 

From performance car to city car, it lies down for speed or stands up for better visibility, allowing for more nimble navigation and easier parking.

Nissan OneOne Concept Nissan OneOne Concept

"OneOne fulfills every need from dutiful pet to spirited sports car in a design that makes it a welcomed member of the family."

(Source: Nissan)

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