An autonomous car halfway between a saloon and a minivan for future travel in total comfort, designed as a space to work, relax and even sleep while traveling, just like on a long business class flight. It’s called Gen.Travel (full design story in the next issue of Auto&Design) and is a concept car developed by the Volkswagen Group’s Potsdam style center (Future Center Europe), headed by Peter Wood, under the direction of Klaus Zychory, head of design for the Volkswagen Group. “Gen.Travel gives us a glimpse into the future of travel by showing what autonomous driving will look like. This concept embodies a visionary and distinctive design that also recalls the great masterpieces of the past, such as Eduard Rupert’s Tropfenwagen from 1921,” says Klaus Ziziora.

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