Sangho Kim of California has won Local Motors’ Miami Road Racer Competition.
Sangho is a sixth term Transportation Design Student at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and an active member of the Local Motors Community.
Sangho’s Miami Roadster gained a community rating of 3.987 out of 5.
Sangho’s previous work, the P-51 Racer was welcomed earlier last month into the Local Motors Design Process.
According to Local Motors, "While working with the Local Motors Design Team and Community, Sangho became an expert in interpreting feedback as well as balancing the needs and desires of the Community. "
Sangho, known to the Local Motors Community as “Deuxfov”, competed with 51 other entrants and earned $10,000 for his winning Miami Roadster.
"Along with the prize pot, Local Motors’ Deuxfov will enjoy a heightened position within the Local Motors Community."
About Local Motors
Local Motors Design is driven by a community of designers and car enthusiasts, with the goal of bringing to market lightweight and efficient cars through an innovative local assembly and retail experience.
All designers are invited to contribute to the community, both by submitting projects for the monthly design competitions and by sending comments and votes.
Cars will be built in localized facilities, focused on providing a personalized customer experience. Each facility will build cars designed and built to suit each local environment, and local drivers.
Each Local Motors design will be built in limited production.
Drivers are invited to visit the Local Motors facilities to participate and watch as their cars are being "born".
The target set for the new lightweight vehicles is to be the most efficient per class, initially using conventional internal combustion engine technology.
"By remaining small and decentralized we will adapt to new proven technology as it emerges. Local Motors cars are designed by the community, and built Locally."
For more information visit www.local-motors.com.
(Source: Local Motors)