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 260 vehicle 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 :

Atasha

The Concept Atasha is a robot flight assistant designed to interact with aircraft passengers on short regional routes. Hooked to the cabin’s ceiling, the lightweight...

Trakthor

The Concept The Trakthor is a compartmentalized tractor prototype designed to operate in difficult terrain where conventional tractors cannot go. Without needing any human assistance,...

Sfirolo

The Concept The Sfirolo is a circular room designed to provide immersive virtual experiences without the need to wear a VR headset. With walls made of...

Korben

The Concept The Korben is a flying taxi concept with four electric thrusters and an intelligent control mechanism that makes flying as easy as driving...

Phantor

The Concept The Phantor is a robotic panther designed to conduct surveillance and protect neighborhoods from burglars. It would mimic real panthers, but mostly remain...

Aronax

The Concept The Aronax is a biomimetic submarine designed to bring two people deep down into the vast unknowns of the ocean and provide a...

Fünambul

The Concept The Fünambul is a high-rise transit system designed for people living and working in forests of skyscrapers including vertical farms and shopping...

Rhyolite

The Concept The Rhyolite is an autonomous car that can alter its interior to make full use of its augmented reality bubble window. When it’s...

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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.