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Grant Viscardis

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Katrina Dye

on 6 March 2015

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Most of the cars students drive are going to need to be more
user friendly
for new drivers on the road. Also, cars will need to be solar powered to cause less stopping on road trips for gas and for nonpolluting. In addition my new car design will be
the seats will fit the shape of the person by electronically adjusting the seat for comfort. The car will also have a big trunk for the students needs, for example, to fit a bike, bags, big coolers etc. Also this car is equipped with a computer assisted driver. The car will park itself, merge into different lanes, and minimal input from the driver. The
of my car will be
The Solution
The Sketch
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
The Problem
Cars today are the safest and more fuel efficient than ever, the problem is the technology has made the cost grow. Most nice or stylish cars are very expensive for example the Mustangs, lifted trucks, and Corvettes. Even with all the technology we still use too much nonrenewable energy sources and not enough renewable sources such as the sun. We could be using more solar power and electric to stop polluting the air.
By: Grant Viscardis
Lakeside 2050: Average Student Car at LHS
Q: What five adjectives would best describe your design?
A: Safe, Aerodynamic, Comfortable, Fuel efficient, and the style.
Q: What makes your design innovative?
A: A safe modeled car made to fit average high school students needs such as comfort and style.
Q: What was the inspiration for your design?
A: I have always wanted to design a car since I was around three years old and now I do get to design one.
Q: Why do you think that this is the car that the typical high school student will drive?
A: Mainly the safety a parent would allow their daughter or son to drive, but also, the comfort and style of the car.
Q: What safety features does this automobile have?
A: Automatic Braking at red light and braking when to close to an object. Will not allow the drivers phone to be on while driving, sensors for automatic parking and parallel parking.

A Glimpse into the Future of Lakeside School District
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