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"The Future of Transportation is Here"
A model on display
People could watch you design your car in Aerotest.
Like a virtual wind tunnel, you could test your car to see how fast it could go and how much fuel it would take in Aerotest.
A screen showing the "design your own car" feature in Aerotest
The Dreamers Workshop
Part of the aerodynamics area in Dreamers Workshop
An area showing off tools and models
In Dreamers Workshop: a car with photovoltaic cells in the roof that would help power the electric motor by transforming the sunlight into electric power
Sketches, models, and car skeletons were in Dreamers Workshop.
Skeleton of a futuristic blue car
The Transeat was like a futuristic wheelchair meant for the elderly. The wheels were specially made to create a smooth ride.
Sketches and models of the Aero Freighter - a futuristic and fuel-efficient truck
Model of the Maglev - a futuristic high-speed train, which uses electromagnets to lift itself off the track and move forward.
The Wilderbus was a futuristic bus made with off-road touring in mind. It could hold 50 passengers.
This was the futuristic Aero 2000 with a skeleton overlay.
The Aero 2000 was sleek in design with minimal wind resistance.
Inside of the Aero 2000 we can see the video screens that would show maps of routes for the driver.
The Aero 2000 on its fancy red turntable
The sub-subcompact Lean Machine on display at the pavilion's entrance. The vehicle was meant for navigating congested streets and eliminating wasted passenger space. It was very fuel-efficient.
"The Bird and the Robot" show
The robot, named Tiger, was a robotic car-manufacturing arm. The bird, named Bird (or "Boid" as he pronounced it in his New York accent), was a cigar-smoking show-biz toucan.
Tiger holds up an applause sign.
This is Concept to Reality - GM's showroom for current cars and trucks.
Created April 2001
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