Gleagle McCar Concept report
Gleagle McCar Concept report

The Gleagle McCar concept is a small EV the automaker calls the “Family Specialist”, due to its 3,700mm length combinedwith creative family functions within the interior.

The McCar, developed by Nova design in Shanghai, retains the established brand identity through the concept's DRG, with a black background featuring four chrome strips, which flows into the integrated LED headlamps. Strong, powerful feature lines flow across the concept's sides into the tail to combine with the slender tail lamps.

Inside the car, its height allows for a generous amount of cabin space, with room for five passengers. Five other kinds of transport are integrated into the car to meet different demands – an electric scooter, electric wheelchairs, folding bicycles and folding baby carriages. Significantly, accessing the electric scooter is very simple, with the user needing to open the tailgate and the rear bumper reveals a compartment into which the scooter slides.

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