Unfortunately, when we say "dream", we mean that literally. The beautiful Volkswagen Aqua Hovercraft hybrid car will not come to market anytime soon, but that does not mean it's not worth an ogle. Designed by 21-year-old Yuhan Zhang's hydrogen-electric future craft powered by four electric powered fans that provide lift and propulsion. It appears that Mr. Zhang has not been as much thought to come in and out as he has for the progress and curved appearance - the only road in and out of this child is through a tank-like weed. But we can still see the concept adapted to the real world at one time in the future, anyway.
Futuristic vehicles Volkswagen Aqua hovercraft concept, designed with 21-year-old Yuhan Zhang from China are powered by hydrogen and driven by the impeller. This Volkswagen concept was developed to handle different terrain, covering China, from lakes, rivers and coastal water ways, wetlands and snow. The concept was nominated in CDN Car Design Awards in China "Chinese off-road vehicle" category.
Volkswagen Aqua is equipped with two engines, the main engine is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell and used to drive the biggest fan and other fans, located on the back, driven by individual electric motors.
As spectators walked through Covini corner of the supercar paddock, they unanimously asked, "Why six wheels?" Gianluca Covini, son of the Italian mechanical engineer and founder Ferruccio Covini, said, "For performance enthusiasts, offers four front wheels ability to get around a track faster than ever before, and better traction gives a higher swing speeds and deeper braking, particularly when the pavement is smooth or less than ideal. "