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Astrum Meera 2011 / Vehicle, Transportation Design

Astrum Meera 2011
Astrum Meera 2011

The Astrum Meera is a proposed concept car possessing several distinctive features that play a unique role in safety, sustainability, and practical design. The exhaust of the car has built-in sensors that track the level of CO2 emissions and alert the driver when it exceeds the normal range. The wheel rims work through magnetic levitation, like train wheels, making the car lighter and faster. The side mirrors are hidden when parked and roll out of the body once the engine starts. The mirrors have a built-in camera system that allows the driver to clearly see outside from inside the vehicle without opening windows in rain or turning around.


American University of Sharjah

American University of Sharjah
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates



Manama, Belize

Hussain Almossawi John Baltazar Ali Almossawi