The idea behind the project was to have a top-of-the-line model, built in a very limitedseries of 20 units with the goal of being a competitor to the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
As the author explains, “overall, it is a very conceptual and extreme project, almost at the border with entertainment design.”
“I wanted to push “jet fighter stealth” styling to the limit and see how far it could go. Design theme throughout the whole vehicle body features very sharp, angled and polygonal surfacing. This is combined with highly 3D proportions.”
The exterior is characterized by an intricate surface treatment, with the angular surfaces contrasted by the simpler shapes of the canopy, which integrates a double-bubble roof aimed at providing a jet-fighter-like experience.
The hi-tech look is enhanced by the exposed carbon fiber texture and by many aeronautic-inspired details, such as the large air intake at the base of the windshield, which supplies air cooling for the transmission and the engine.
The interior uses the same angular lines and provides essential, driving-focused functionalities.
The focal point is provided by the instrument gauges – which create a link to the exterior design language – while the center console hides a tunnel for the air to go to the engine and transmission.
About the Designer
Ondrej Jirec is a design student at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA.
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(Image Courtesy: Ondrej Jirec for Car Body Design)