Nindo Concept

New Designers 7 Aug 2010
Nindo Concept

The Nindo is a microcar concept designed for the "Generation Y". It features a three-seat layout, recyclable body panels and an electric powertrain. The author is Croatian product designer Elvis Tomljenovic.


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.

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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.

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The dashboard is digital and customizable to suit the driver’s needs. It use touch screen technology and can run custom made applications.

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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.

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(Image Courtesy: Elvis Tomljenovic)

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