Lexus LF-Zero New Concept Car of the Future

August 19, 2012 at 09:45

The thesis project of a Master student Jan P. Rosenthal at the Royal College of Art can be called a genius, albeit too futuristic design work in the automotive area. This young ambitious designer who graduated in 2009 from the Austrian University of Applied Sciences on “Industrial Design”, already boasts work with renowned brands like Toyota, NENDO, ZweiDrei Medienarchitektur, as well as prizes in design contests from Rolls-Royce and Ferrari. As part of the thesis, Jan has created a concept car of the future Lexus LF-Zero, which demonstrates a high degree of resource efficiency and maximum simplification of recycling.

Lexus LF-Zero Concept Car Photo

Lexus LF-Zero Concept Car Photo

These ideas are illustrated by the concept in a simplified form: auto is completely made of only one piece of aluminum and a sheet of veneer, which created notched and bent. According to his plan, making cars using this technology will not only reduce production costs and simplify the processing, but will also give another indisputable advantage: the buyer will see how and what made his vehicle (and this is what they want in order to combat environmental problems Earth). To emphasize the simplicity of the technology (and can, in part, and the originality of his mind), a young designer did not use the sketches (sketches), but only created a few rough paper models Lexus LF-Zero.

Lexus LF-Zero Concept Car Image

Lexus LF-Zero Concept Car Image

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