Despite looking like a futuristic jet ski bent from a bad collision, commuters won't take a trip on the Gravity Vehicle standing up. Instead they'll comfortably lie down as they direct the one-wheeled single-seat concept vehicle through traffic. The solar-powered Gravity Vehicle takes up little space horizontally, designed to lean on its front when parked to take up as little space as possible.
The vehicle's name wasn't an arbitrary choice, as steering is accomplished with the help of gravity. Flaps pop out from the top of the roof boom, providing intentional instability needed to make the vehicle go left or right. At extremely low speeds the driver may have to balance the entire contraption with their legs, like how bikers and cyclists do it, but the designer promises that the Gravity Vehicle stays stable at cruising speeds.
Designer: Niek de Kort