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E.V.C. Expedition Vehicle Concept

E.V.C. Expedition Vehicle Concept

E.V.C. Expedition Vehicle Concept

E.V.C. Expedition Vehicle Concept

E.V.C. Expedition Vehicle Concept

E.V.C. Expedition Vehicle Concept
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Model E.V.C. (Expedition Vehicle Concept)
Concept year 2009
Production year -
Engine Hybrid


The E.V.C is designed to be incredibly versatile, and it can be configured in a variety of ways
The E.V.C (Expedition Vehicle Concept) is a creation of Prodan Dragos, the same designer who developed the Fiat Sentiero concept. Dragos graduated from the George Enescu University in Iasi, Romania in 2009.

The EVC is designed to be a versatile and adaptable vehicle which can be configured in a variety of ways to suit the users needs. It can be changed from an enclosed camping vehicle to an open top boulevard cruiser in a matter of minutes. A 250mm (10 inch) ground clearance, durable nano-polymere body and powerful 4x4 hybrid drivetrain lend the EVC a degree of off road potential for exploration and utility uses.

The interior of the EVC features four full-size seats, with an incredible amount of legroom for the rear seat passengers. The front seats can be swiveled around to face backwards and make use of this extra space when parked up. To increase the interior space when stationary, the rear of the vehicle can be extended to allow the rear seats to fold out flat and provide a sleeping area. The interior is nice and bright thanks to a range of different sized hexagonal windows set into the roof which also acts as photovoltaic cells for helping provide additional electrical charge.

Mounted up front are three workboxes built into the vehicles bodywork. They can be used to carry anything from power tools, boots and work clothes, to camping gear and additional cargo. Waterproof and drainable, they can be easily accessed from outside the vehicle.

Another multifunction feature of the concept are the headlights. When parked up they can be removed, and thanks to an internal battery pack, used as a hand held flashlight. Although it would be quite annoying if you forgot where you put it down, it's bad enough losing your keys!


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Fiat Sentiero


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