If you've ever fantasized about driving a transparent vehicle, Germany is the place to be.
The planet has been evolving at a breakneck pace to keep up with the vehicles of the future. ZF Friedrichshafen AG debuted a clear car at the Frankfurt Auto Show IAA Frankfurt in October 2015. The elegance and originality of it astounded and astonished all present.
The transparent car's body is made of thick organic glass. Please keep in mind that transparent cars do not have any paint on them.
Through the transparent body of this sedan, you can see how the car is built from the inside out in great detail. You will also see how protection equipment, which is normally concealed under the car's chassis, functions. Airbags, multiple sensors, and brake and control systems are also visible. This gear ensures that you drive safely. It is also possible to examine the seat belt pattern.
The exact price of a transparent car is currently uncertain. However, it was revealed in 2016 that the transparent car will cost between 80 and 90 thousand dollars. The car's price may be adjusted as a result of the fact that it is not built for mass production.
The transparent car from Germany is a true work of art in the world of automobiles. Many people aspire to own a car like this. currently, no known celebrity in Ghana has shown any interest or a hint to buy one of the cars.
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