People, we have a space issue because we are renters; it’s that simple. Maybe you have a single-car garage, maybe a parking spot; no matter, you don’t have enough space as a renter. The incredible folding car is not for everyone but it is a solution for the space crisis at hand. My concept rides on an old idea of flexible hinges with vast strength when the car is expanded to allowing a suitcase-like design when collapsed, slightly smaller than a spinet piano. The incredible folding car draws on technologies used in aerospace, GPS, radar, constant algorithmic binding to field of vision based on transport vectorization. Don’t fear these concepts because its buttons take care of the folding and unfolding but, if you’re going to be impressing neighbors - there’s the jargon for you. If they ask you, “Alas, is this the internet-of-things”, tell them, “hell yes!” Using a smartphone or wearable device you can actually activate 5 user-sensors of the 20 standard designed. Also, my fully patented electric engine is powerful enough to tow a small utility trailer – like the one you might rent for taking possessions you no longer have space for – to Goodwill. The engine obviously won’t fold; it’s a slim-line 1.4 liter relying on radio wave energy drawn from neighborhood Wi-Fi home and business networks which no homeowner or business will find intrusive because the future is the Sharing Economy. Therefore, my team integrated military-grade data encryption so hacking control-takeover is impossible such as occurred on a few expensive European sedans.
An interested first-adopter sent me a letter to inquire about the autonomous capability and my reply was simply to say, self-driving is dated. There will be too many regulations, recalls, accidents and system hacks. “Let’s just drive”, I wrote back. Rising rental and housing costs continue to force Americans into high-rate tiny spaces and we need a tiny car to tuck away somewhere when we’re sleeping. Soon, you can sleep beside your own incredible folding car. (coming soon: Foldbeforeyoubuy.com)