Next, as Gecchelin envisions it, is an app-based transportation system. Just like Uber or Lyft, you would put your current location and your destination into your phone, summoning a Next module. You get in and sit down (or stand--the design includes plenty of head room, though seat belt laws might have something to say about that) and the module starts off. During the journey, it might link up with other modules, able to connect on the go to create one long module, with sliding doors between each compartment. As you continue on your way, you may be asked to switch cars as the autonomous algorithm figures out how to most efficiently get you (and everyone riding with you) to your individual destinations. Once you are safely ensconced in the departure car, the sliding doors close, your new car detaches, and you make your way to the end of your journey, all without stopping.