The Randvu would enable business people to use railroads and subway tracks to maneuver in and around town. It’s designed with the purpose of reducing thetravel times.
In Atlas Shrugged, the heroine used her family’s railroad track to traveling from city to city. Imagine if “company trains” could one day become a reality? Would it be possible to sell them such as jets? That is the idea behind the Randvu.
How it works
The Randvu was created as one train car equipped with a powerpack and propulsion system. It’s a lot quicker than the average vehicle and will have the ability to use subway or railroad tracks. It would be more luxurious too, naturally.
The Randvu would utilize its own source of electricity as a way to recharge by using conventional systems. The train would communicate with the city’s subway and railroad systems so as to ascertain which track would allow passing. It would allow passengers a one-stop morning commute.
The inside would have a lavish retro style, with lush sofas, mahogany furniture and an onboard pub. It might also be fashioned into the operator’s specifications.
What it is used for
It will remain important for companies to transfer their executives quicker during times of crisis. The Randvu intends to do that, while offering the exact same luxury and comfort of a private company jet. There’s a market for technical trains, but the regulations and track designs need still to be conceived. One solution would be to eliminate 1 car lane in bigger cities and dedicate it to autonomous guided transport and vehicles such as the Randvu.
I’d like to thank For creating the pictures of this Randvu concept. Martin resides near Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied Design at the University of Buenos Aires and now works as a freelance industrial designer. Martin also designed the Yacht concept and the and Snowboard and Surfboard mobile rental units.
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