The decked out Neoplan Omni double-decker isn't just easy on the eyes, it's also thoughtfully designed to accommodate all types of passengers.
LAZ-695 bus of 1955 introduction: this was an all new design (albeit one based on the Magirus Deutz Saturn), and a very common sight on Soviet streets. It went into production in 1956, and wasn't discontinued until 2006.
It said "VW Camper concept powered by custom chopper motorcycle by Amen Design & Engineering." I don't know of any motorcycle engine with enough power to push this big thing around. Looks like something the Shredder r Darth Vader would own.
HitchMate TireStep Adjustable Step for SUVs, RVs and Light Trucks - 22" x 10" - 400 lbs
Matrēshka is a modular autonomous vehicle explicitly designed for commercial use in mind. With a wide range of modifications, the Matrēshka includes 8–12 passenger buses, cargo platforms, specialized utility vehicles and many more. With the ingenious ability to chop and change this vehicle dependent on the circumstances, the Matrēshka is designed with adaptability at the forefront.