Help from above

Help from above

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it superman? No. It’s superman’s equivalent, though. The JCB 4RS is an emergency response vehicle designed to be dropped from the skies on a disaster zone. The heavy duty vehicle can be used to rapidly rescue/relocate/regenerate, says designer Jake Smith. In a disaster, time is of the essence, with every passing second being crucial to the safety of the environment and its inhabitants. The 4RS is equipped to handle such situations with speed and effectiveness. Badass!

0 Designer: Jake Smith

All Aboard!

All Aboard!

Now here’s something you don’t see often. Ships and ferrying vehicles aren’t your typical luxury transport machines. No one, therefore thinks of redesigning them. However, Turkish designer Olcay Tuncay Karabulut saw scope in redesigning the strait passenger ferry. Completely from scratch.

0 Designer: Olcay Tuncay KARABULUT

The Car I'd Like to Bang - Version 2.0

The Car I’d Like to Bang – Version 2.0

From the designer of the sexy Ferrari Celeritas , the Ferrari Celeritas 2.0 is a more refined, realistic evolution of its far-out cousin. But that doesn’t mean it’s not wild… just tamer. Without a doubt, you’ll find its proportions, dimensions and overall style more familiar… but it’s a hard decision as to which you’ll like better!

0 Designer: Aldo H Schurmann

The Butchest Bug

The Butchest Bug

Apera Motors, a young and progressive start-up, has breathed new life into the iconic Beetle to both preserve its heritage and modernize the bug! Based on a VW 1974 Super Beetle platform, the Apera TUPAR’s design reflect the retro look while a twin boxer turbo engine with more than 500 bhp gives drivers way more than just a putter.

0 Designer: A.Deniz Özbarli

Alfa Romeo Spirito

Alfa Romeo Spirito

This single seater, speed racing concept, called Spirito, for the Alfa Romeo brand is totally schizo! It almost seems like it can’t decide between being ultra-classic and far-out-futuristic. At first glance, its a vintage racer but take a closer look and you’ll see it’s anything but. Its sweeping curves, elongated front end harkens back to the automakers 1930s Tipo B racer while its single wheel tech is that of tomorrow.

0 Designer: Mehmet Doruk Erdem

A Winning Formula

A Winning Formula

Formula 1 fan and designer Andries van Overbeeke’s concept is a wicked redesign of the Red Bull Formula 1 set for the year 2017. Its an example of the F1 Strategy Group’s encouragement to not only crank up the V6 turbocharged engines to 1000bhp, but to make racers look cool again. It’s wider, fat-tired and lined to perfection. We’re rooting for the matte black!

0 Designer: Andries van Overbeeke

Petite Porsche SUV

Petite Porsche SUV

Almost the same size as a Porsche Cayman, the Nassau concept would be the smallest SUV in the brand’s lineup but would also have the capability of carrying not 2 but 4 passengers both on and off road. Under the hood, it’s the same plug-in hybrid powertrain featured in the Porsche 918. To contrast its diminutive size, the exterior design language is purposefully menacing and angry. One might say it’s the leaner, meaner Porsche SUV.

0 Designer: Gery Ancira

Mean Green Dune Machine

Mean Green Dune Machine

Styled after circuit cars but designed for the dunes, Mauricio Ercoli’s Monster Buggy brings show-off racing looks to the off-road. The design is a combination of a monocoque welded frame and wide wheel sections that result in a super styled machine with a highly functional panel system that makes quick field repairs possible. In the exposed cockpit, driver and passenger are brought closer to the action with a heightened sense of speed.

0 Designer: Mauricio Ercoli

LFA who?

LFA who?

The only thing to complain about the Lexus F10 is that it’s merely not in production! Compact yet aggressive, low-profile yet unrestricted, its aesthetic is a perfect balance of super-sporty and refinement. With lots to like, you’d be hard-pressed to find something you don’t like about it. No word on specs yet, so sit back and enjoy the view!

0 Designer: Faisal Semari

Retro-futuristic Radness

Retro-futuristic Radness

A tribute to the classic Citroën DS of yesteryear and its designer Flaminio Bertoni, the DS21 Renaissance captures the core styling of the iconic estate wagon in a fashion on par with the French brand’s modern identity. Like the original, the Renaissance should be noted for its aerodynamic, futuristic body design with fender skirts that both harken back to the space age and look forward to modern efficiency standards.

0 Designer: Slimane Toubal

Return of the Demon

Return of the Demon

Design Eye-Q’s Dodge Demon Hellhound reimagines the iconic fastback as a 2-seater defined by its track car proportions and muscle styling. Inspired by 70s Mopar vehicles, its style is characterized by a broad stance and chiseled roofline, but with its front-engined RWD setup, its competition on a performance level is more in line with the likes of the Subaru BRZ. Like the BRZ, it focuses on driving enjoyment with a cockpit layout where the driver is staggered slightly ahead of the passenger similar to a McLaren F1.

0 Designer: Design Eye-Q

A Rolls for the Royal Pooch

A Rolls for the Royal Pooch

Designed over the Rolls-Royce Ghost chassis, Niels van Roij Design’s Shooting Brake concept reimagines the luxury line’s fleet with an expanded portfolio of pooch-friendly saloons. Its enhanced trunk area automatically opens when the dog’s wearable collar unit is within range, revealing a convenient ramp and spacious area for lounging about. The highly-specialized design features the familiar upscale trim, deluxe detail and top-tier material choices for discerning dog owners that don’t want to sacrifice indulgence for Fluffy.

0 Designer: Niels van Roij

What if we could mount a bike on the wall?

What if we could mount a bike on the wall?

Need your city to have more space? Then how about a bicycle rack that fits on a wall and makes space for pedestrians. The Wall-Hanger Bike Rack is wall mounted and user-friendly. It affords easy parking and protects against theft. It may not be the best solution for city-cramped-spaces, but is a step in the right direction as far as ideation goes. Think about it!

0 Designers: Lee Jong Pil, Hong Sung Min, Jern Jae Yang & Kim Du Su

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