Meet the Chase 2053, a hovercar from the distant future that can be driven on land and in the air. Its slush hydrogen engine should help keep the highways of tomorrow emission free.
The Chase 2053 sci-fi concept car is the brainchild of Thomas Larsen Røed. Constructed from carbon nanotubes, the Chase 2053 is a car that can't be damaged. There are two carbon fiber seats, a jet engine and even parts of the car that are made from fabric skin, an organic material that stretches.
Røed's car would be fantastic, if it were real. With the way cars have changed within the last forty years, who knows how they'll be in the next forty.