W Motors Iconiq Model Seven Concept

Concept Cars 7 Sep 2016
W Motors Iconiq Model Seven Concept

Presented at the Monterey Car Show, the Model Seven minivan concept is the result of a collaboration among Chinese Iconiq, W Motors, Magna Steyr and Italian design firm Studiotorino.


The Seven features an all-electric powertrain, and a design characterized by sharp lines and distinctive cuts – with some reminiscences of the aesthetic language used by W Motors for its supercars Lykan and Fenyr.

W Motors Iconiq Seven Concept Design Sketch Render

W Motors Iconiq Seven Concept

The company is planning to target the commercial market, more specifically corporate fleets, taxis and airport shuttles.

(Source: Iconiq Motors)

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  1. aflo
    8/9/2016

    Great site! I check it every day.
    On the other hand, this Iconic Model Seven Concept is really terrible. It is a busy collection of every cliche known to the design field (Not Car Body Design’s fault!).

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