Equestrian Inspired EV

The Fayton, inspired by the natural (horse) and human (carriage) components of the phaeton horse-drawn buggy of the 19th century, is a project aimed at providing comfortable transportation with a minimal carbon footprint. The EV’s most noticeable features are its transparent body and large glass canopy that provides a 360 degree view outside. The sunroof is made of four glass pieces that, when open, fold back and resemble a horses mane.

Designer: Utkan Kiziltug


  • Michael says:

    As expansion possibility I would like to have personal power (bike) in it. I think the weight of the unit can make personal engine workable.

  • Raja says:

    I find this so beautiful. Well done Utkan. So many lovely elements to take forward.

  • Jimmy C says:

    I like it. An old fashioned kind of beautiful.

  • JimB says:

    This design has my attention! Beautiful! This appears both practical and lovely. Is there any intention to actually build this? I particularly like the large wheel concept with integral suspension (if I read the drawings correctly).

    Please keep me informed of developments.

  • MDesigns says:

    I love this. Particularly the wheel spokes, the styling and proportions. I do not care too much for the steering wheel (almost like it was taken from something else). Reducing the glass area is probably all I would recommend since that adds weight and possibly a greenhouse effect when raining in tropical areas. Nicely done nevertheless.

  • Utkan KIZILTUG says:

    Thanks for your comment..U red the design right I used integral suspension here..For now there is no intention to build this but If I can get a chance I would love to do..

  • Utkan KIZILTUG says:

    Thanks for your interest.I sent you the images in high resoulation.Please confirm me.Best regards.

  • Hunter says:

    But … how would I get IN? Osmosis?

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