Toyota’s MOB Concept
MOB concept for Toyota, is the brainchild of Spanish designer Jorge Marti Vidal and features a striking look that incorporates unusual bodywork.
The concept vehicle, which has been inspired by the idea of the Mobius strip, carries two continuous panels, which weave their way back and forth to create the bodywork and the chassis.
The designer claims that the vehicle will be made from an organic material called “liquid wood,” which is formed using the waste product of lignin, left after the manufacture of paper. This lignin is combined with wood fibers to create a composite material, which is durable and recyclable.
Propelled by electric motors, with each wheel getting its own engine, the MOB would act as an environmentally responsible racing car.