By Jonathan Kimak
Slovak designer Matúš Procháczka came up with this concept for a car powered by magnets. The MAG would require all roads to be made out of giant magnets, which is something that would be very expensive and logistically difficult to implement. If the road did have the magnets then the magnetic force between the road and the magnets in the car would push the car up from the road and reduce the effective weight of the car by 50%. The car also has a polarized electric battery powered engine.
The concept car won the unseen technology award at the Interior motives design award for 2007.
I wonder how many people would want to drive around in a cross between a slipper and a high heeled shoe.