Eco Factor: Compact concept car with fuel cell engine and composite fiber panels structure. As compared to heavy cars, small ones are often more prone to damage in case of an accident or other such incident. Safety matters more than anything else, but how about a strong compact car with a soft attitude towards nature too? The Safari concept is all about giving you all the possible advantages that a heavy vehicle can give you. All the large car dynamics like greater energy absorbing strengthened by independent structural composite fiber panels and sliding door apertures in case of side impacts and rollovers, brings it almost very near to a compact dream car. Head up Display and a center console joystick replaces the conventional interiors. Further, a variable wheelbase ensures that you don’t miss the comfort and stability at cruising speeds. A MAGLEV driveline interested me most due its capability of enhancing fuel cell power plant integrated into the floor. Moreover, industries producing steel body panels are harmful for environment, but its structural composite plant fiber body reduces the carbon emissions generated from such industries. The Dark side: While going through the theoretical specifications, the concept sounds great. However, it will not be easy to put it into production. Further, the pending patent for MAGLEV driveline will make us wait to see it getting into production.