A car company in Germany today presented to the world the first transparent car from ZF Company, the car is equipped with different security system. This transparent car was presented on the second press day of the FrankFurt Auto. Show / AA which was hosted in Frankfurt, Germany.
The world has been developing very fast to catch up with the cars of futures. In October 2015, during FrankFurk Auto show/AA Frankfurt ZF Friedrichshappen AG presented a transparent car. All present people were shocked and amazed by it's Beauty and originality.You can see how the car is designed from the inside in details through the transparent body of this sedan. You can also see how security technology works, which is usually hidden under the car body. Moreover, you can clearly see airbags, various sensors, and braking and control systems. This equipment provides safe driving. It is also possible to look at the design of seat beltsSee the pictures of others transparent cars
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