Electromagnetic Car Drives Us Crazy and Nowhere

If we lived in a world so sweet that anything artists could draft was instantly a functional product, you still couldn't drive the "Peugeot" ELA.

Powered by a diminutive solar panel on the roof, the car glides over air without the hindrance of friction thanks to electromagnetic propulsion, like you might might see in a high speed rail.

And herein dies the fantasy, as our infrastructure is one of pavement and concrete, not awesome magnet tracks of The Future.

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But we'd still accept a gift of this non-functional car of tomorrow, if only to park it in the driveway, wax it every Sunday and obsessively open/close the front hatch until the hinge broke. [Yanko Design via ubergizmo]