Tag: LA Design Challenge 2010
The Cadillac Aera Concept and the Smart 454 WWT Concept have won the 2010 Design Challenge Award at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. The winning projects were selected for their comfort, safety and driving performance.
Presented at the 2010 LA Design Challenge, the Volvo Air Motion Concept is an open sportscar targeted to driving enthusiasts, with a carbon fiber body and a powertrain with compressed-air motors.
Presented at the 2010 LA Design Challenge, the Smart 454 WWT Concept is a design study of a futuristic 2-seater with plastic body panels and a frame made of carbon fiber manufactured by knitting robots.
Created by Nissan Design America for the 2010 LA Design Challenge, the Nissan iV Concept is a super-lightweight sports tourer with an electric powertrain conceived as an evolution of the LEAF model for the year 2035.
The Mercedes-Benz Biome is a futuristic ultralight concept that uses advanced bio-technologies to increase eco-efficiency. It was created by Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design Center California for the 2010 LA Design Challenge.
Mazda's entry for the 2010 LA Design Challenge is the MX-0 (Zero) Concept, a two-seater futuristic sportscar focused on extreme weight savings, achieved through the use of new materials and fewer integrated parts.
At the 2010 LA Design Challenge Maybach has presented the DRS Concept, a futuristic electric version of the traditional human powered rickshaw. The two-wheeler vehicle has large wheels with self-balancing system and an organic structure.
Presented by Honda at the 2010 LA Design Challenge, the Honda Air Concept is a lightweight open four-seater with a compressed-air powertrain and an essential design inspired by modern roller coasters.
Presented at the 2010 LA Auto Show Design Challenge, the Cadillac Aera Concept is a futuristic 2+2 luxury tourer with a 3D lattice frame structure and a pneumatic drive system running on compressed air.