T-Van Concept Not Your Granny’s RVNews — On May 3, 2012 — 0 Comments
T-Van Concept Van is one of the top entries in UK Caravan of the future competition with fuel efficient shape, wheelchair accessible and solar panels. Dream of retiring to freewheeling recreational vehicle lifestyle, but cringe at carbon footprint, the T-Van van may one day provide a greener alternative. The concept design is one of the top entries in Caravan of the Future competition of United Kingdom that features a bullet-like, fuel efficient shape for maximum aerodynamics on the open road. According to the Greenlaunches reports, this van is designed and engineered to fold out while stationary, providing it the characteristic âTâ shape for which it was named.
Illuminated, exterior grab bars make expanding the T-Van easy and simple, while the double rear doors allow wheelchair access. It offers comfortable seating capacity for up to six passengers with its fully expanded, multifunctional living areas. The T-Van is an innovation of industrial designers Andrew and Chris Johnson, who created a T-Van concept as their answer to the future of caravanning. The visual stunning effect is not the only attention grabbing feature of this concept as its functionality reaches beyond visual elements. According to Andrew and Chris Johnson, the streamlined form enhances fuel consumption. Even further, the glowing grab bars on exterior body provide a certain degree of visibility, particularly during the night.
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