Bentley Silver Wings Concept

New Designers 11 Oct 2010
Bentley Silver Wings Concept

The Bentley Silver Wings Concept is a design study of a supercar inspired by the brand’s racing heritage and by the F22 jet fighter. It was created by Shawn Wood and Guohua Cheng from Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, China.





Bentley Silver Wings ConceptCreated by industrial designers Shawn Wood and Guohua Cheng, the Bentley Silver Wings is a design study of a supercar inspired by the F22 Raptor jet fighter and by the Le Mans racing cars.

The project was conceived as a virtual mid-engined successor to the 1999 Hunaudieres
Concept.

The front end is characterized by the aggressive spoiler with large air intakes, combined with the trademark domed grille and twin circular headlights.

The side has a raised beltline and an ascending character line that defines the powerful and elongated rear-end section.

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The sporty and racing-like stance is underlined by the large rear air intakes for the rear brakes and the large wheels (20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear).

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Bentley Silver Wings Design SketchAbout the Designers

Shawn Wood and Guohua Cheng are two industrial designers recently graduated from the Industrial Design course at Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts (TAFA), China.

They are currently seeking employment in the industrial design field or postgraduate opportunities.

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(Image Courtesy: Shawn Wood, Guohua Cheng)

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