Imaginactive is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire future generations to dream and build the vehicles of tomorrow. It was founded in 2013 by Charles Bombardier who produced over 300 futuristic concepts since then by collaborating with industrial designers from around the world. If you would like to share with your ideas what’s coming up don’t hesitate to contact us!

Our latest concepts :

Vector

The Concept The Vector is a compact hydrofoil that uses an electric motor combined with a water turbine to ride over the water at high...

Xanadu

The Concept The XANADU spacecraft concept would be designed to carry thousands of passengers to and from low-earth orbit. It would allow a new generation...

Aerozon

The Concept The Aerozon logistic system would enable companies to deliver packages within 30 minutes from ordering directly to your apartment or office. This fully-automated...

Airis

The Project The Airis is an electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft designed to carry five adults and operate in the urban air mobility sector....

Locobix

The Concept The Locobix is a narrow electric urban transit vehicle designed to ride on smaller city streets. This driverless bus could accommodate a minimum...

VPS

The project The VPS is a recreational product simulator that will provide a number of realistic experiences for consumers and product development team members. It...

Elevation

The Concept The Elevation logistic system would enable companies to deliver packages within 30 minutes from ordering directly to your apartment floor. This fully automated...

Tzigan

The Concept The Tzigan is a railcar concept designed for the retail business industry. This new type of rolling stock would be financed by distributors...

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Note : Some of our concepts have been published in partnership with the Toronto Globe & Mail, Wired Magazine and Forbes France. Many of our concepts have been taken over by external sites (see the media section). You can always rediscover all of our concepts by visiting our Archives.