Saturday, December 12, 2009

Audi Shark

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Audi Shark is, undoubtedly, the most attractive and creative design in the design competition co-sponsored by Audi and Milan’s Domus Academy. It was designed by Kazim Doku, a 26-year-old Turk, and then won the first prize of the design competition.

The two-seater flying sport automobile is inspired by motorcycles and airplanes, and designed both with the future technology and today’s conditions. Looking at the Shark, it’s easy to catch glimpses of the R8, TT and S5 but with an ultra-modern twist. In Doku’s word, it is “an auto which reflects both today and future”.

Unlike other classical cars, the Shark has no wheels but a front-hinged canopy and air foils instead. Unique paddles are designed outside to help the car speed up with a balance and control and to complete the special concept. Both the headlights and the tail lights are made by transparent tubes which integrate LED units to fit the design of Audi. The interior features sporty are designed like a motorcycle seat so that the drivers could feel maximum comfort level.

It is because of the Audi Shark’s exterior design details and the design of the seats that increase the quality of driving, speeding and controlling. The Shark diminishes the risk of an accident as well as satisfies the driver who likes to make speed. It will be the perfect reflection of the cars in the future.







5 comments:

  1. Please show video display of this futuristic "concept car" in action!

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  2. Awesome stuff! I am just wonding to see its looks and design.

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  3. Nice models, i have never see such car model in marketing ever.

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