Rinspeed iChange concept Video
Rinspeed iChange concept Video Transcript
[ Music ] ^M00:00:09 > Rinspeed is one of the best reasons to go to Geneva every year. They do some wild concept cars. Do you recall their scuba underwater ride? Well, this year they might even top that with the iChange which has a body that -- well, can change. It will morph from a one-seat speedster to a three-passenger car at the push of a button. It's all very aerodynamic, having no doors to speak of. You get in through the pop-up teardrop roof capsule. Even cooler is the use of an iPhone to control most of the car's functions you'd normally put into dashboard controls, just don't lose your phone. It's envisioned as an electric car, of course doing 0 to 60 in 4 seconds, so it's no slouch. Now, Rinspeed is a futurist visionary house, so don't look for this in show rooms anytime soon, but it's amazing what an iPhone can do. ^M00:01:03 [ Music ]
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