The winner of the LA Design Challenge 2013 is SAIC Motor's Roewe Mobiliant Concept, the vehicle inspired by ants that aims at solving urban traffic and pollution in the cities of the future.
At the 2013 LA Design Challenge BMW DesignworksUSA has presented a futuristic vehicle inspired by maple seeds and capable o exploring the most remote regions of the Earth.
At the 2013 LA Design Challenge Changfeng Motor Corporation has presented a study of a vehicle inspired by grasshoppers and based on a closed loop and semi rigid torsion reed network.
The HEFEI (Harmonious Eco-Friendly Efficient Infrastructure) is a project of a futuristic transportation system featuring towers powered by wind turbines and a networ of autonomous vehicles fed by a power grid.
To solve LA’s daily traffic congestion BMW Group DesignworksUSA designers have conceived an underwater transportation system that uses the city rivers and vehicles inspired by sea creatures.
The Silk Road System presented by Qoros Design Team is a project of a complex transportation system featuring autonomous driving electric vehicles built and maintained by robots inspired by silkworms.
Developed by the Subaru Global Design Team, the SUBA-ROO is an original design study of a wearable, fun personal mobility vehicle that mimics the jumping motions of a kangaroo.
At the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge Toyota's US-based CALTY Design Research has presented the e-grus, a hyper-commuter electric vehicle, for long distance travel and minimal footprint city driving.
SAIC Motor's entry at the LA Design Challenge 2013 is the Roewe Mobilliant, a futuristic, single seater vehicle inspired by ants and designed for a urban 3D road network.
At this year's LA Design Challenge Mazda has presented AUTO ADAPT, a futuristic concept for the year 2025 capable of switching between an autonomous vehicle to a manual machine.