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Is your child a little Picasso? These talented kids design epic next-generation cars

2018-06-01 07:46


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A group of primary school kids were given the chance to design their own cars and an illustrator made their drawings come to life.

Kids have the wildest imaginations in general and when given the tools to design their own creations, the results are often out of this world.

Next gen designs

Just by looking at the designs can you see the colourful and bright element associated with kids.

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Its possible that some of these designs can be used in the future as the next generation supercar...who knows?

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Check out both the kids design and illustrator's examples below:

Harnitha,11 - The Beast Racer 210 features wings for “hover flight” mode and there is an anchor hidden in the car’s tail. The vehicle functions on both land and water, glows in the dark, has flexi-glass windows and is heat-proof.

Zach,11 - This car has two modes: car and robot. In robot mode, it's powered by a brain made of spare metal parts. The robot’s head is fitted with a rocket launcher and machine gun, and it can speak. The large hands are designed to fit spare parts and its boots are rockets. Its belt includes a self-fixing mechanism for when things get a bit rough.

Isla,6 - The Candy Robo car features rear windows with an x-ray view and the car is fuelled by chocolate. There's also a chocolate and cupcake booster feature. The car is driven via the pod on the top which is surrounded by a garden. The robot head is the steering wheel and you can choose to drive on whichever side of the car you wish. There is also a robot assistant on the roof to help you.

Charlotte,12 - The Rainbow Convertable 3000 functions as a home as well as a car. Its large wings enable it to fly to avoid traffic jams.

Kyre,11 - The Hennessy K Cell GT runs on a generator which holds 11 000 volts of electricity. The two back wheels are connected to the electric generator and are thus able to generate more electricity. All four wheels can be tucked in and the alloys turn into helicopter propellers enabling the car to fly. Its front lights enable visibility up to 100 metres.

Paula,11 - This two-floor hover car is powered by the solar panel on its roof. As roads will be magnetic in the future, the bottom of the car is also magnetic and it's these opposing energies which allow the car to hover.

Joel,11 - The Mega Alset is a hydroelectric vehicle with a shark fin roof. Its windows are made of flexible glass to prevent shattering at depth and are tinted for privacy. The car is fitted with a voice recognition system, has wings and also a rocket so it can both fly and drive faster. 

Charlie,11 - This car of the future features electric wheels, rainbow headlights and touch screen doors.

Boban,11 - This car features flexible windows and is made out of super strong metal. Its rubber wheels mean that the car can travel on water.

Danelle,11The Unicar features ultra-smooth wheels and is made out of a metal that can change colour. The multi-coloured wings help the car function under water and the vehicle is also fitted with turbo boost for extra speed. At the front, the headlights are fitted with eyelash cameras.

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