matthew CUNNINGHAM: the motonari rx, named after legendary japanese warrior mori motonari, non-invasively integrates the driver with the vehicle making each indistinguishable from the other. a driving suit serves as the primary interface between the occupant and the vehicle, which contains millions of microscopic actuators functioning as a haptic envelope. this allows the driver to experience the road psycho-somatically, receiving electrical stimulation to specific muscle groups. the entire structure of the vehicle is comprised of a 100 percent re-prototypable, carbon nano-tube/shape memory alloy weave with a photovoltaic coating. This enables programmable tensiometry and fluid movement while insuring efficient energy transfer to the in-wheel electro-static nanomotors.