Home Vehicles Guide The Cabrio: World’s first open air double-decker cable car from Switzerland

The Cabrio: World’s first open air double-decker cable car from Switzerland

For those of you brave heart people who love to scale any height with relative ease, Switzerland offers another adventure in what they call as world’s first open air double-decker cable car system. The cable car is christened as Cabrio and it sores 1900 meters up from the sea level to the Swiss Alps to give breathtaking view of the surroundings.

The Cabrio that climbs up the Stanserhorn Mountain near the city of Lucerne is a sheer thrill to be in and offers unique experience. The world’s first convertible cable car has a capacity to take 60 people at a time. The lower room of the Double-decker cable car is cocooned completely in glass for less adventurous people who look for little security. However, for more courageous people who have less fear of heights can breathe afresh over the Swiss Alps and enjoy the thrill on the top deck.

The Cabrio starts from Kalti and takes the passages up to the summit station which is 1900 meters above the sea level. The complete thrilling journey is of 2.3 kilometers that open-air cable car takes little more than six minutes to ferry passengers to last station at a speed of eight meters per second, which is pretty quick.

With world’s first double-decker cable car which is first to be an open air at the same time, Switzerland takes the cable cars to a new high and add an unforgettable experience with amazing view of the alps from above.

people negotiating11. Chinese artist converts cars into canvases on wheels Dirt art isn’t new to anyone of us. However, there are a few artists that actually are the masterminds of the dirt car art. There are a few literally and the most recent entrant to the league is from China. His dirt car isn’t just a beginners but it’s impressive too, I must say. The resident of the Guiyang city in China has a knack and penchant for painting in the dirt on his windows. His desire is supported by the ever rising dirt on the Chinese roads. As a result, he is successful in painting General Patton, and a Chinese soldier from the Chinese war drama. The art is for art sake and this man has really done a great job by giving his thoughts a form through his paintings on car panes full of dirt. He has done a great job in converting the cars into canvases on wheels.

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