Koenigsegg | Official website of the Swedish Hypercar manufacuturer BMW's fascinating GINA Light Visionary Model design study by Jason Fried of 37signals BMW presents GINA, a new take on car design, materials, and flexibility. The GINA replaces the traditional metal/plastic skin with a textile fabric skin that’s pulled taut around a frame of metal and carbon fiber wires. Even the shape of the car can change. The rear lights just shine through the skin: Here’s a video of the design in action.
Ferrari Millenio by Marko Petrovic The Ferrari Millenio, as the name might allude, is a futuristic super-car concept that features a complex combination of materials and technologies that we can hope will become a serious reality before the end of the next millenium. The two-seater includes a buckypaper reinforced body that is stronger than steel and lighter than carbon fiber as well as dual electric engines that can be recharged via solar panels or through an inductive power transfer system. Designer: Marko Petrovic Bugatti Veyron supercar emblazoned with the sums that make it race 252mph car was customised by French artist Bernar VenetBoth the bodywork and interior are decorated with complex formulaeThe Bugatti is a one-off version of the standard £1.5m Veyron, and is currently on display in a Miami museum By Jimmy Mccloskey Published: 18:00 GMT, 3 December 2012 | Updated: 18:04 GMT, 3 December 2012 It is one of the world's fastest supercars, with a 252mph top speed that leaves rivals trailing in its wake. And now Italian car manufacturer Bugatti has revealed the science behind the Veyron's astonishing top speed by covering the car in the sums used to power it. Conceptual artist Bernar Venet was asked by Bugatti to create his own design for the £1.5million Grand Sport model. The 252mph Bugatti Veyron has been decorated with the equations that power its superfast engine The one-off supercar, which Bugatti has refused to put a price on, is best appreciated while parked up The retro brown and orange interior of the car has been painstakingly hand-stitched
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