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Concept vehicles
#1337614 Sat Dec 14 2019 01:02 PM
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The other evening I was doing a little recreational surfing and fell upon a websight discussing 2019 concept cars. Pretty neat stuff and quite revolutionary in many ways. The Hyundai Elevate really got my attention. My interests have always been anything 4x4, so to me this is the ultimate off road vehicle. With advances in robotic technology and electric vehicles, it actually could be a possibility some day.

Re: Concept vehicles
Paul_WNC #1337660 Sat Dec 14 2019 07:54 PM
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Interesting, but very complicated. I wonder why they even put wheels on it. I guess for pavement travel. I'd hate to have to repair one of those.

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