VFV (Very Fun Vehicle) is a concept by Nuno Teixiera (see
concept). The VFV is a funky city car concept which
uses large glass panels wherever possible in order to
increase the sense of space inside the car.
In the event of a collision, safety of the occupants is
provided by a strong tubular skeleton with built in crumple
zones to reduce the force of the crash, and for side impacts
toughened glass features on the lower portions of the
The VFV concept also includes parking sensors, airbags,
drive-by-wire, traction control systems and Electronic
Stability Control. Power for the VFV concept comes from
an electric motor.
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