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by Brett Davis

This is the Aerius. It was dreamed up by Pei-Cheng “Patrick” Hseih. He envisaged a hypercar of the future that uses four separate Michelin Active in-wheel electric motors inside the wheel hubs, external solar panels that recharge something called carbon nanotube super-capacitors, and a fighter jet-inspired body design.

The Aerius is a zero-tailpipe-emissions car set for 2025. It features a futuristic glass roof design that extends all the way over the length of the car. It also features wheel arches that are said to mimic the shape of typical Formula One race cars.

Overall, it’s quite a stunning design and could be seen as an insight of what to expect in the distant future in terms of top-shelf hypercars.




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