These concept images just depict Andrew Chirkova’s desire to experiment on a racing car Rolls-Royce with a mid-engine layout. As it’s just a concept, not much has been said about the technical specifications; but no doubt, it’s a fabulous treat for those who love sport cars. You can check out the designer portfolio with some first words about the inspiration.
From rear the vehicle gives looks like that of batmobile, but it’s actually a three wheel racing concept designed by Brad Reynolds. The name, Street Runner, Ahints that it’s something about speed and sports. Designed for racing enthusiasts, designer has considered the impact of his creation on environment and has therefore included an electric engine.
Fast supercars haunt the fancies of many, but rare to get these supercars on road. However, Ferrari 599 GTO is a real speed monster, designated as the fastest ever road legal car. Not only speed, but the beauty of this beast is charming –red ferocious design inspired from 599XX.
Designer Evangelos Lee Gicas has something special for adventure loving people. The snowmobile ‘Hima’ – a concept snow vehicle designed specifically for speed. A trade that is clearly visible both in the aerodynamic body but also the close-to-the-ground structure.
Urbanization is posing problems and as usual, we are trying to solve them after creating them ourselves. It’s a long debate. I just wanted to bring your attention to a new invention by Professor Furukawa Osmaus – a skateboard-styled compact personal mobility device for urban conditions. It’s a sort of board that you can drag with you inside your office if you want. This 80kg commuter can take you on short distance journeys at a maximum speed of 10km/h and, of course, it will be stupid to think that this 300×600x250mm sized thing can replace scooters or bikes.
I know nothing about the maker and how did he do this, but only that this old roaders has got a new life. It looks fresh and shiny giving a vintage look. Other than this, what details are available are that it’s based on a 1934 Ford Roadster and 1934 Dodge headlights have been converted to halogen bulbs with high and low beam. The maker seems to be familiar with automotive engineering and his skill needs no proof as this beautiful piece of work stand before us. Enjoy the images.
Ahmad Moslemi, an Iranian automotive designer, has found scope of making the Lamborghini even better. With some changes, the Lamborghini Vault seems more stylish and charming. Don’t get too much excited as it’s only a concept. But with shorten height, double movable steps included on each side of the windscreen, and alteration in the front part that has been decreased, the vehicle looks fantastic. The door gives way in two steps – first the glass ceiling moves up and secondly the door itself moves to open.
This Ferrari looks one of the best children car ever built. It’s no joke. This car can accommodate two passengers and is powered by 80 cc Honda Motor. This special edition is built by the same company that provides wind tunnel models for the Ferrari and was targeted at the premiere opening of the first Ferrari Dealership in Moscow.