For his graduation project, Geun Pack, a Korean student at Hongik University in Seoul, created the Tag Heuer Electric Board, an electric skateboard made in homage to the ethos of the famous watchmakers. The board’s design recalls the hour-hand of a Tag Heuer watch – all sharp, angular lines and industrial precision. To accentuate the smooth lines and give life to the board, Geun went a step further than his contemporaries, and opted to use carbon fiber for the board itself and to augment its entire aesthetic, incorporated rose gold into his design.
Since the board can actually reach speeds of up to 60mph and can run up to 35 miles on a single charge, this is quite an effective means of getting from A to B. It also comes with a remote control and an LED interface, as well as a built-in compartment that can store this remote. Even though it’s still a concept, we, personally, cannot wait to zip around the place in style.