Flying cars and self-driving cars aren’t so futuristic right now. And now we don’t know what to expect from designers – many automakers continue to offer us inetersting concepts cars. But recently Moscow-based designer Nikita Konopatov conceptualized a hydrogen-fueled car for the future, called Future Center Europe.
The fuel-cell car design would move on two cylindrical barrels with a bubbled body, an image representative of molecular hydrogen combustion. The decision to construct a new automobile fueled by hydrogen is both feasible and deliberate. With the frequency of road transportation decreasing, and therefore air pollution, as a result of travel restrictions due to the pandemic, many of us have consciously shifted toward greener alternatives. Konopatov describes his design as "atypical" and this fuel cell vehicle nods towards a simpler, albeit faraway future world, where cars might not fly, but breathe like us.