Audi Shark Concept

New Designers 26 Feb 2009
Audi Shark Concept

The Audi Shark is a futuristic flying concept vehicle with a streamlined design inspired by motorcycles and airplanes. It was designed by Kazim Doku and won the Desire Competition by Domus Academy.


The Shark Concept by Kazim Doku reinterprets the Audi’s design language in a futuristic way. It placed first in the Desire Design Competition launched in 2008 by Italian Domus Academy.

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The two-seater flying sportscar is inspired by the world of motorclycles and airplanes and offers its passengers “strong sensations and high levels of safety.”

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The streamlined design of the exterior offers a visual reference to the car’s name and – in combination with the rear lower spoiler – gives the vehicle an “underwater” appearance.

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Both the headlights and the tail lights are made by transparent tubes which integrate LED units. The interior features sporty seats integrated in the cockpit structure.

About the Designer

Kazim Doku – Contact details:

(Image Courtesy: Kazim Doku)

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