Designers Show How People From The 1900s Thought We Would Be Traveling In 2020


The Golden Age of American Futurism sparked many futuristic dreams about the future. Some predicted that by now we would have colonized the stars and built floating buildings in space. Others were sure that future buses would go on underwater trips to see ocean marvels. However, none of these future predictions are real in 2020. To keep these futuristic dreams alive, Budget Direct Travel Insurance decided to find some of the best visions for the future of tourism and travel and bring them to life. This series of realistic renderings shows how people from the 1900s thought that we would be traveling today.

Underwater tour bus (1932)

Amphibious campervan concept (1947)

Cross-country cruise ship (1957)

Vacation house of the future (1957)