Below is the work of Peugeot designer Olivier Gamiette, who designed a number of concept cars based on children’s drawings as part of the automaker’s 2012 “Dessine-moi la voiture de 2020″ contest. The first step for Gamiette was to draw up a refined version of the kids’ designs before digitizing it with a super-detailed rendering.(…)
Most Japanese automakers are known for focusing on reliability, affordability and fuel efficiency. That, however, doesn’t mean that Honda, Nissan or Toyota can’t make something that looks gorgeous. Below are some of the best-looking concept cars to be designed in the Land of The Rising Sun.
Japanese technology manufacturers have earned quite a reputation for thinking outside the box. Below are some of the craziest concept cars that Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Suzuki and other prominent auotmakers from the Land of the Rising Sun have been coming up with since the 1950s.
Last year Motor oil brand ‘Mobil 1′ have signed Jenson Button up to appear in two amusing new adverts. Lining up alongside three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart in the first video, Button boasts: ‘As a Grand Prix champion and triathlete, I know how important it is to stretch before any competition.’
Australia based artist Emma Hack took 17 individuals which included both bodybuilders and acrobats, and created this stunning sculpture of a crashed car.