- Wheel radius- 1m
- Wheel breadth- 30 cm
- Cabin length- 3m
- Cabin height- 1.5m
- Cabin width- 1m
- Net width- 1.8m
- Net height- 2m
- Net length-4.1m
- Ground clearance- 25cm(max)
Structure and Functioning
- 4 wheels, each has its own engine, are controlled electronically by the driver in the cabin.
- Fuel is kept in the pipes/support rods of the vehicle and is also inside the tanks near to each engine.
- Cabin has a seating capacity of 4-6.
- Cabin rotates on the axle according to the slope of the terrain the vehicle is on, so that it is always kept parallel to the ground.
- Cabin rotation is facilitated by the mass of the batteries to power the electronics of the vehicle and the arrangement of the seats to keep the center of gravity towards the base of the cabin.
- If the incline of the terrain is such that the cabin may touch the terrain, it can be locked to check its motion about the axis.
- Cabin has a 3-D display inside connected with the cameras around the vehicle to keep the driver aware of the surroundings.
- If somehow the car gets turned upside down, then also, the cabin wont come in contact with the terrain and a skilled person may still drive it.
- If the vehicle gets overturned along its length, then cabin can remain upright only. This means, there is no danger to the passengers.
- There are strong shock absorbers on either side of the cabin to reduce the effect of terrain on those inside.
Note- The vehicle will also be able to float in water due to the large size of wheels greatly reducing the relative density of the vehicle.
I am working on a small model of it right now, and trying to find out the problems with this concept other than the feasibility of the large wheel size. Also, I have made a video with Bryce and Corel video studio, demonstrating the concept. Hope you are able to understand what is on my mind. Please leave your views in the comments or contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org