Imagine that this vehicle is only suitable for two people and functions based on similar principles used by Waymo. You probably noticed the giant eye-like features on top of the Pure. Like your own eyes, these cameras see the world around and feed information to the brains of the operation to safely maneuver through town. Several other sensors and cameras complete a 360-degree image of your world.
Now for the fun part. Sure, this concept looks quirky and slightly like a weekend garage project, but Borah is a big fan of anything fast. How fast? Porsche fast. That's no joke, the idea behind this autonomous EV reveals a car capable of outrunning Dubai Police. How this happens, however, is not mentioned. There's no information regarding engine power, battery capacity, or range.
As for the bodywork, nothing resembling the familiar is seen, except if you compare this ride a shoe's geometry. At the front, two long arms form wheel wells for the front wheels, almost giving the impression that the Pure can lean into turns. Following the bodywork towards the rear, rigid panel work quickly erases that notion. The rear wheels see a similar treatment to the front, blending these two segments of the car into one fluid and aerodynamic wonder. At least it looks that way.
What about getting inside the Pure? Nothing here either. Since the top looks like it may lift, maybe you can get in through the exposed openings along the sides. The truth is that may never be revealed. So why would anyone make a design that brandishes the Apple logo but includes no further details?
Well, like most concepts out there, this one is an exploration of a possible future that may one day come true. If not the actual vehicle, some of its technological ideas could become reality going forward. That brings everything full circle as an autonomous future is already here and can be seen and experienced via a wide range of vehicles. From trucks used in distribution like the Einride to high-performance racers like those participating in Roborace and your nap-while-driving Tesla, the future is already here.