MOY concept car is a customizable, color changing, video playin' ride for two

Elvis Tomljenovic describes his MOY as a concept car for "a generation who uses technology as a means to express themselves and communicate with others." It landed him first prize in the Croatian Auto(r) Automotive Design Contest for its cute styling, and it caught our eye thanks to a crazy, proposed feature: playing video on the surface of the vehicle.

The MOY's chassis is made up of "outer and inner polycarbonate layers, with layers of liquid crystals, LED diodes and electrochromic foil (film) in-between." The end result, as the designer envisions it, is a car that is totally customizable in such a way that people with different levels of know-how could get more out of it. A regular consumer, for instance, may just go with a preset design. An artist, on the other hand, may trick it out with a customized pattern, and a geek may roll down the street with a rerun of Star Trek on the hood.

Check out the gallery below for more of the MOY.





Elvis Tomljenovic, via NOTCOT, via Auto Motto