With a futuristic vision, the designer Dominic Wilcox launches this prototype to the public. The idea is that once the streets be safe enough to drive cars made of glass, and driving were no longer a necessity, but a convenience, this car would exist in real life. The Stained-glass Driverless Sleeper Car seeks to synthesize the concept of a simplified future, in which cars are controlled by computers that reduce traffic and accidents. This would mean that cars would no longer be designed based on their function, but in their design. Creating with glass panels of different colors, the car offers a new perspective on the growing global tech advances and social implications that would have on our daily lives.
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