The last part of our exclusive report on the the works presented at this year's Royal College of Art Degree Show by the students of the Vehicle Design MA programme.
The second part of our exclusive report on the the works presented by the students of the Vehicle Design MA programme at the Royal College of Art.
An exclusive report on the works of 21 graduates of the Vehicle Design MA programme at the Royal College of Art.
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The organizers of London Motorexpo have announced the results of the RCA competition 'Future Car'. The winner is first-year student Michal Vlcek.
The second part of our exclusive report on the Rolls-Royce projects created by the MA Vehicle Design second year students at the Royal College of Art.
An exclusive report on the final projects created in partnership with Rolls-Royce by the second year students enrolled in the MA Vehicle Design program at the Royal College of Art.
Nyx Concept is a futuristic hydrogen-powered vehicle with an innovative eco-friendly technology and a design inspired by serenity. The author is RCA graduate Elizabeth Pinder.
To complement the Future Car Challenge 2011, taking place November 5th 2011, the Royal Automobile Club is holding an exhibition featuring designs by students at the Royal College of Art (RCA).
The Neuron Concept is a study of a futuristic vehicle based on the extensive implementation of advanced brain-machine interface (BMI) technologies. The author is RCA graduate Ian Kettle.
Ferrari has published four new videos documenting the activities for its World Design Contest 2011. The design schools featured are IED Turin, RCA, DSK ISD and Hong-ik.
The Royal College of Art has announced the results of the 2011 Pilkington Vehicle Design Awards. The prizes for Best Overall Design and Best Use of Glazing prizes were won by designer Adam Phillips with his Family Dynamic Concept.
Bentley Motors has selected four finalist projects among eighteen futuristic concepts created by the Master students from the Vehicle Design Course at the Royal College of Arts, UK. The selected entries will be refined at the Company's design studio.
The winners of the design competition organized by the Royal College of Art and sponsored by Opel. The first place was won by French student Augustin Barbot, who presented a futuristic magnetic levitation vehicle.
In celebration of the 40th year of the UK's Royal College of Art (RCA) Vehicle Design course, Opel is sponsoring a competition for students. The task is to envision how the future of Opel mobility might look like 40 years from now.
The results of the Toyota iQ Design Challenge 2009, a product design competition based on the theme of Intelligent Urban Living and hosted by the Royal College of Art.
The Phoenix Concept - Regeneration Passion - is a futuristic two-seater electric car that adopts different energy regeneration systems to increase energy efficiency. The designer is RCA student Sergio Loureiro da Silva.