Disappearing car door

Almost as good as the Lada door :)

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+10 1. gangsta_stefan commented 13 years ago

Is that real or just a parody? Cuz if it's real, I want to have a pair of those for my car.
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+6 2. nooitaf (admin) commented 13 years ago

wow .. a great thanks for this glorious piece of automobile future ;)
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+4 3. banzemanga commented 13 years ago

It is nice but it also has its downsides. If the part that was supposed to open the door is broken, you get stuck unless you break the glass windows.
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+2 4. yuriythebest commented 13 years ago

honestly, this is one of those small things that bring the future. Really sci fi ish yet practical and awesome awesome awesome!
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+5 5. Siruss commented 13 years ago

Its real, and the best part is no more door dings in a parking lot or in the garage! :D :D :D ;)
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+3 6. NMY commented 13 years ago

ok +1 a new idea but it's a crap anyway
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+3 7. supahonn commented 13 years ago

looks cool. but what if the door cuts u into two pieces while u unstrap your child?
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+3 8. rdsgalvao commented 13 years ago

Looks cool, but you have to wonder how well it lets you get out in emergency situation. Can you force it open manually?
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+3 9. cannnobaL commented 13 years ago

First thing - electronic stuff is not reliable, and door is especially important - mechanic door may save your life.

These cars are hideous, but if we just look into door idea - it's not that bad...For limousines and stuff, but not for everyday use. This is much better : http://fast-autos.net/data/images/4530.jpg
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+3 10. Durkin commented 13 years ago

great feature for not hitting your door in a tight space! I really like the idea but like many have said, what if it jams? :O
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+1 11. Tareim (admin) commented 13 years ago

#9 one problem with the door on that koenigsegg, if you park close to a highish curb you cant open the door, and the doors on this vid seem weird, where do they disappear to, as it says eveything stays the same :/
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+2 12. cannnobaL commented 13 years ago

#11, it's because of koenigsegg's height. If keoniggsegggzsgd was as high as this car, there would be no problem.

Say what you want, but you have to agree about the jamming issue. Unless, of course, they put in some sort of mechanical emergency opening system, with compressed air or something of that kind, that could open the door immediately.
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+2 13. Atkinc088 commented 13 years ago

In a side impact that thing is not opening. At least with a conventional car door it can be pried open. I don't even think you would be able to pry that door outward if you needed to. Your only option would be to cut the whole door off. And there aren't any hinges to cut to get it off anyway so you'd be looking at using a rotary saw to cut through all the way through the panel. No thanks, I'll take my chances with door dings.
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+2 14. Mickeydawg commented 13 years ago

if it jams u use the the other side... but if it jams u get a huge bill because parts are so rare.
its a stupid gimmick that's not ready for the market yet.
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+3 15. BombDiggady commented 13 years ago

Nice idea for luxury, but not really practical when cost, reliability, and safety issues are factored in.
I would mainly be worried about emergency situations.
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+3 16. apexclip commented 13 years ago

"Greater safety in door operation and vehicular crash worthiness.

Access to occupant and/or their escape greatly enhanced is serious crash situations.

Convenience of power operation.

Moving doors will stop and reverse if foreign object detected.

Vehicle floor and belly pan form a box-like structure which greatly enhances body stiffness and strength. "

-http://www.disappearing-car-door.com/dcd/drop-door-advantages
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+3 17. gendarme commented 13 years ago

What make is that car?
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+2 18. djtony2008 commented 13 years ago

it makes no difference in accident situ as most doors nowadays wont open after crash. mercedes have made a few difrences to door design and chassis i have seen mercedes cars after head on collision and u can still open rear doors damage wise for some example engine pushed back 6 inches car about 2 feet shorter than normal. having spent alot of time stripping mercs well designed motor. :)
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-1 19. Noureddin commented 13 years ago

Only for rich people like David Rockefeller, Heh. Joking.
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+2 20. fenerli commented 13 years ago

Why's everyone going on about safety? This would also work as a conventional "mechanical door" as it would have a handle for you to push the door down the rollers as happens when it electronically operates. The worst case is a side on crash in which case you would get out the other side anyway.

#11: What? If it was high enough to matter, it would also prevent a traditional door from opening too. The difference with these cars is you only need to park 10cm away from the curb as opposed to ~40cm for traditional doors.

I still think Lambo doors are better. These look more suited to smug assholes.
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+3 21. jojotin commented 11 years ago

seatbelts doesnt seem too safe attached to the seat
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+3 22. manxman commented 9 years ago

only one i've ever seen in production was on the BMW Z1, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXp2CnPq-os
but that is not identical to the rotary door.
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0 23. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

look good modified for people using wheelchair...8-) it may be a hazard during an accident though...:D