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 :

Zuuloo

The Concept The Zuuloo is a brain-computer interface system designed to upload your memories, emotions, and personality into a humanoid robot. The Zuuloo would...

Kanaloa

The Concept The Kanaloa is a personal submarine inspired by Mantas Rays. The Kanaloa would be equipped with large flexible wings combined with hydrogen-powered water...

Ryno

The Concept The RYNO is an electric hydrofoil watercraft concept. It uses a “V” shaped hydrofoil design and a tilting seat that offers the rider...

Panama

The Concept The Panama is a high-rise transit system designed for people living and working in a city where skyscrapers are pervasive. It would ride...

SnowTrain

The Concept The Snowtrain is snowmobile-train concept designed to help Santa Claus make his gift deliveries in small, remote villages with lots of snow and...

Exoski

The Concept The Exoski is a lightweight, single-passenger electric snowmobile designed to ride across multiple types of snowy terrains. It would feature a heated cockpit,...

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,...

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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.