Say hello to the Tempo – a futuristic transportation system for the Colombian capital city Bogotá of the year 2050.
“Tempo is an electric automatic vehicle with capacity of 2 passengers, it’ll be used as public transportation system with fully connected network. This project aims to cater individual needs and makes connection with the public transportation system.”
With dimensions lower than the U.K.’s own Renault Twizy, this 2-meter-long vehicle has the capacity of two people, is 80cm in width, and is 100% electric. Its automated transportation programming will allow its passengers to enjoy a ride throughout the capital city without having to move a foot. However, in the promotion of healthy habits, the Tempo can also be assisted with pedaling. This will offer its passengers the unique experience to exercise as they compete with other users as a fitness incentive to win points.
The Tempo would be equipped with a head-up display interface which combines voice commands with holographic projection in order to provide an optimum driving experience. With its internal system connected to the NAVI, users of the Tempo would be able to acquire additional services in extension to their driving. In the future, this type of driving experience will be commonplace for all vehicles. Each passenger will have various choices of transportation, from automated to manual – and if the Tempo’s encouragement for healthy habits gains popularity, even the manual option will have options in itself in how a passenger would like to drive their vehicle.