Boston Motors Design Competition

Boston Motors Design Competition

Local Motors has announced its Boston Motos Design Competition, which asks participants to design a car targeted to people living in the capital of Massachusetts. The deadline is 9 December 2008.


(Cover image: sketch by Raphael Laurent)

Boston Motors is the 7th Design Competition started by Local Motors. This time the brief is to design a car for local drivers and enthusiasts living in Boston.

The submission deadline is December 9, 2008. The first three winners will receive respectively $2,000, $550 and $300 prizes.

For more information on the competition visit local-motor.com.

The brief – background

Boston Skyline Boston skyline (photo by Tracy Lee)

"Boston is a town with a history of revolutionary winners.  Think of Paul Revere, the revolutionary war, and our fight for freedom and independence; this competition is a challenge to design a car that embodies some or all of this history.

"This must be a car that works naturally within the regions physical constraints, and a car that fulfills the desires of local drivers and car enthusiasts."

While Local Motors is not planning to build a car for Boston at this time, the company does one day intend to build a car specifically for their hometown.

The competition description includes pictures and a description of Paul Revere’s Ride through Boston’s Old North Church in the North End through the revolutionary landscape.

(Source: Local Motors)

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