Coventry design student Ankit Prashar is looking for work, and we’re sure he’ll find it after completing his final project. His concept of a sustainable luxury car is one that, surprisingly, hasn’t really been touched on too much despite an influx of ideas about the future of eco-cars. What we absolutely love is his take on the Citroen logo by incorporating the double chevron into the front fascia. This zero-emissions luxo-cruiser would be powered by in-wheel hub motors, not a unique concept but certainly one whose day is drawing closer. The 1-2 seating layout is also familiar, having been used in both supercars and concept cars alike; Prashar likes the layout because it allows for extreme comfort for the rear passengers without elongating the vehicle. The Jean Nouvel-inspired glass roof is definitely the aesthetic centerpiece of the car; looks aside, it is designed to filter the sunlight entering the interior to form a unique pattern that gives the impression of the sunrays passing through trees. All you need to do is supply the chauffeur.
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Source: Carbody Design