Andrei Avarvarii, a student getting his Master’s degree at Milan’s Scuola Politecnica di Design, designed this tasty electric Lamborghini concept.
This project took place under the supervision of Filippo Perini, the head of design from
and it represents a possible future electric vehicle. Lamborghini
The electric Lamborghini is equipped with 4 asynchronous motors that divide power 70% to the rear and 30% to the front axle.
Electricity is supplied by a Li-Tec flatcell battery pack located in the rear doubled by a KERS system in the front.
Unveiled at last year’s Frankfurt show to a very select audience, the “four-door Veyron” remains a concept for now, but new images have surfaced showing the Galibier in black.
We like it considerably more this way, rather than the exposed carbon and blue shown before.
These new photos have also given us a chance to notice a few more details about the superfast auto – like the illuminated logos on the rims.
With a gorgeous design, this luxury 4 door sedan packs a 8.0-liter 16-cylinder engine with two-stage supercharging and can reach speeds of 220 mph.
Tesla Motors have teamed up with Swiss luxury
to produce a special edition of its Roadster. watch company Tag Heuer
The vehicle will make its debut at the Geneva Auto Show this week. The idea is for both luxury brands to increase their global cachet.
Tag, which is unveiling a new tech-savvy watch on March 18, has yet to become a major presence in the U.S., while Tesla is still building its presence in Europe.
The car itself, designed by Tesla chief designer Franz von Holzhausen, integrates Tag design features into the dashboard, center console and exterior.
The 2011 Porsche 918 hybrid concept is set to debut tomorrow at the 2010
Geneva Motor Show.
The 918 hybrid is powered by a 500 HP V8 engine along with two electric motors which supply an additional 218 HP.
Porsche claims that it delivers up to 78 miles to the gallon and can travel 16 miles on battery alone.
The Peugeot SR1â€™s dashboard clock was designed by
to be in perfect harmony with the spirit of this avant-garde Concept Car. Bell & Ross
The timepiece designed by Bell & Ross offers an innovative integration concept and features a unique style and materials.
The watch and its band fit neatly into the dashboard to become a temporary on-board timepiece.
The first photos and details of the Stile Bertone
Pandion concept have leaked over the web yesterday. Alfa Romeo
The Stile Bertone Alfa Romeo Pandion concept was announced at the beginning of the month, but at that time, the design house has released just a sketch.
Bertone managed to incorporate Alfa’s signature front fascia in this concept which looks pretty good at the first glance.
Ferrari is expected to reveal a hybrid version of the
during the 2010 Geneva International Motor Show in March. 599 GTB
The car should use a system based on lithium-ion batteries and an electric motor, both of which are respectively placed on either side of the rear transaxle.
Overall a reduction of about 35% in fuel consumption (equivalent to about 17 litres per 100km) will be achieved.
Called the Bugatti Renaissance, this concept car is the creation of designer John Mark Vicente.
Vicente is a Communication Design graduate from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver. he drew the vehicle as part of his prior coursework.
“These projects are personal reflections of my understanding of design as an art, science, and philosophy,” Vicente says on his . website
Beautiful Lamborghini concept, designed by Slavche Tanevsky, is a more aggressive version of the famous
. Lamborghini Reventon
The Lamborghini Ankonian design study consists of a slimmer body style with a mid-engine mount and sharp angles.
Special OLEDs are embedded between surfaces to serve as headlights. The name for the Ankonian comes from a bull famous for its black hair.
The BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics concept car was showcased las week at the
. Los Angeles Auto Show
The newly unveiled Vision Efficient Dynamics car from
is mainly here to show us BMW’s new diesel-based plug-in hybrid drive system. BMW
“Conceived with the idea of melding the performance of an M3 with exceptionally low fuel consumption, BMW claims a 0-62 mph time of 4.8 seconds”
Bugatti is giving a glimpse of its future beyond the Veyron with this W16-powered four-seat limousine.
Like its two-seat stablemate,
the 16C Galibier aims to be the ultimate: the fastest, most powerful, most elegant and expensive car in the world.
Officially it’s a concept car, but Bugatti has started showing the Galibier to customers and opinion-makers, last weekend in Molsheim.
It has been exactly 50 years since the first
MINI was introduced to the public on August 26, 1959.
To celebrate MINI’s birthday, BMW has unveiled this sporty MINI Coupe Concept.
Based on the iconic hatchback, the Mini Coupe Concept cuts a strikingly slick silhouette with room for two inside.
Croatian design student Elvis Tomljenovic has won a car design competition with MOY, a concept that allows users to
download their own surface designs for their vehicles.
The car features a polycarbonate shell embedded with LEDs and LCDs that produce static or animated patterns on the vehicleâ€™s surface.
A range of ready made designs are available to download for users without the required design skills.
The Metromorph concept is designed to face the evergrowing issues of metropolitan cities.
When the user is home
the vehicle becomes a balcony thus addressing parking restraints and real estate value.
A South Korean car designer,
Jinyoung Jo, has created a fashion concept car inspired by Chanel: Chanel Fiole concept. The car seats three, two abreast and one staggered in between, but it’s probably best considered a sleek two-seater for runway types. Continue reading
The Honda Zeppelin Concept created by Myung Jin Jung was
designed to be a . luxury sedan
The mass impression of this car was achieved by
combining soft volume elements of an airship and potent lines that are commonly found in luxurious automobiles.
The Insecta Concept – or Concept èœ¢ (pronounce: Meng, meaning grasshopper in Chinese) was created by Shao Yung Yeh, a taiwanese student.
The goal of the project was to create a futuristic personal mobility vehicle, with a unique construction and design language.
As Shao Yung Yeh explains, “Taking inspirations from nature, the exterior expresses the
characteristics of friendly insects, such as grasshoppers – agile, lightweight and green.”
Daimler today has unveiled the F-CELL Roadster, the latest in their line of “F-Series” concept vehicles, and it draws its inspiration from a diverse variety of automotive eras.
Controlled with drive-by-wire technology and
utilizing a joystick rather than a conventional steering wheel, this whip is powered by a 1.2kW emission-free fuel cell system located at the rear. It took a year and more than 150 trainees to create, but the entire project involved using “junior employees”, giving the company’s up-and-coming employees a creative way to learn how alternative-fuel systems come together. Continue reading