Cadillac World Thorium Fuel Concept
The Cadillac World Thorium Fuel concept is a design study for a futuristic vehicle powered by a nuclear powetrain and built to last 100 years without any maintenance. The author is designer Loren Kulesus.
Replacing the conventional wheels are four sub-systems made up of six individual tires, each integrating an induction motor, for a total of 24 units.
As Loremo Kulesus explains: "The vehicle would require the tires to be adjusted every five years, but no material would need to be added or subtracted."
Graduated from the Art Center College of Design, Loremo Kulesus has worked – among the others – for General Motors Advanced Concepts (2006-2008) and Nissan Design America, San Diego (2006).
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