Imaginactive is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire future generations to create the future of mobility. It was founded in 2013 by Charles Bombardier who produced over 200 vehicle concepts by teaming-up with industrial designers from around the world. If you have an idea on the future of mobility please submit it here!

Our latest concepts :

The Concept The Extane is a recreational vehicle (RV) designed to be used in RV parks—and inside of cities—across the globe. It could expand vertically...

The Concept The Solar Express is a space train that would be designed and used to ferry humans, supplies and minerals between celestial bodies...

The Concept Kortus is a civil robot programmed to interact with citizens. It would use an empathy module capable of recognizing and understanding human...

The Concept The Beeonic is a robotic bee that would be used to pollinate flowers in farms and greenhouses across the country. It was designed...

The concept The Sebrid is an electric train concept that functions with detachable pods (urban cars). It would travel between cities and countries using existing...

The concept The Venus is an urban car concept equipped with a ‘cyclist-friendly’ system that would prevent passengers from hurting cyclists or pedestrians upon exiting...

The Concept Roko is a biomimetic robot inspired by monkeys that’s meant to transport small packages like first aid kits in remote, densely forested areas....

The Concept The Mozeca is dual-drive, enclosed driverless motorcycle that can accommodate two passengers facing each other. It features a front sphere drive that gives...

The Concept The Bionika is a mecan-organic car that uses muscle power to transport people. It consumes food scraps and rainwater, produces compost, and it’s...

Note : Most of our concepts in development can be found on our lab’s website at Imaginactive.ca. Concept that have graduated are published on Toronto’s Globe & Mail  website or on Wired’s magazine website. After 1 or 2 months we publish our ideas inside our archives section.

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