Trucker Chameleon

Would a night of hot love between Bumblebee and Mothra result in this?

Designer Haishan Deng is inspired by bionic forms and picks up ideas nature had some million years before. This amazing study of a "Chameleon Truck" uses the idea of the Centipede. Its lengths and forms are adjustable to the cargo load. The outer shell is made out of resillient soft tarpaulin, which is strong enough to protect the cargo while reducing the weight by about 50%, resulting in big fuel savings.
The ultra-sleek drivers cabin is not connected with the frame and allows easy front-loading. Now imagine your typical butt-creek sporting truckdriver hopping out of this...

Found this on yanko design.

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