Ants Inspire the Awesome A.N.T. Transporter

Brian Lee, a 24-year-old design student, submitted an entry to an Australian vehicle competition -and won! His design, the Aid Necessities Transporter (A.N.T.) is built to bring supplies to disaster areas. The design was inspired by the worker insects it is named for.
The ANT responds to the need for getting necessary supplies to victims of disasters as fast as possible. Like the ant, ANT  was designed with six wheels (6 legs) and carries its supplies like the ant carries food back to its nest in its center, so does the ANT carry supplies and food on its center.

See the concept vehicle in motion at InventorSpot. Link

(Image credit: © Brian Lee)

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As soon as I saw the video, I thought 'ultimate Mad Max, also, ultimate off road camping rig.'Incredibly cool, incredible design, incredibly useful, even the lines of it are just amazing. Something about it aesthetically appeals. Probably massively expensive. Hope the kid makes a nice pile of money on this!
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