Created for the Generation Y, the Nindo is a three-seater microcar made of recyclable plastic materials, cheap and easy to change. The rear lights are located behind the rear window and use LED technology.
Nindo is capable of carrying two adult people and one child thanks to its original seat layout. The interior is focused on versatility: the space on the side of the driver’s seat can be used to transport daily stuff such as a bike, pet storages or bags.
The dashboard is digital and customizable to suit the driver’s needs. It use touch screen technology and can run custom made applications.
The Nindo is powered by four in-wheel electric motors. The batteries are under the cabin.
About the Designer
Elvis Tomljenovic is a product designer from Croatia. He studied at the School of Design – Zagreb Faculty of Architecture.
His Moy Concept was featured on Car Body Design back in April 2009.
(Image Courtesy: Elvis Tomljenovic)