Future vehicle wheels can rotate 180 degrees - this time we will talk about future vehicles. What kind of future vehicles that exist in your mind? If we talk about the future of technology, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) was arguably be a "warehouse". How not, Institute of Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States was indeed one of the influential institutions in the world. Various technological innovations discovered by the institution, into a huge contribution in various fields, including the automotive and transportation world.
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MRV developed at the NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston. The vehicle is an electric car, which is designed with a maximum of two passengers only. Its size is quite small, which is 2.1 meters long, 1.5 meters wide, and weighs 907 kilograms. However, even with the tiny size, MRV is suitable for use in urban areas.
"This two-seater vehicle designed to meet the challenges and demands of the growing urban transportation. MRV is ideal because of its size small and agile maneuver which could provide an advantage in runs and on-site parking is limited, "said Mason Markee, a spokesman for Johnson Space Center to the media.
Meanwhile, the car is powered by a battery with a mileage of 100 kilometers, for one refill. Maximum speed of 70 kilometers per hour. It is unique that the most prominent of these vehicles are the wheels that can rotate, even up to 180 degrees. "Kesaktian" emerged thanks to a new technology called e-Corners. Advantages that can help the driver when maneuvering in narrow streets.
You got interested and guessing the price? Eiiittss ... wait !!! Until now, NASA has not issued an official question, when MRV will be mass produced and at what price tag. See also Cars Without Drivers Increase Risk of Nausea and Jason Statham More Like Ferrari Geber.