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Volkswagen Kai-Nalu concept

By luanpa in | May 31, 2010 | Comments Off on Volkswagen Kai-Nalu concept

Volkswagen Kai-Nalu concept was created as a part of The brainchild of Josep Ferriol’s final year thesis. The designer is a graduate of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in Spain.

Volkswagen Kai-Nalu is designed to futuristic sports car concept with unique design is composed of two distinctly different elements: the waves of the Mediterranean Sea and shoreline rocks. Kai-Nalu features a flowing glass upper section – which is designed to mimic the sea, and angular, jagged bodywork underneath – which represents the rocks of the coastline.

The mixture of two different shapes and textures represents the dynamic and forceful appearance, similar to the waves. The other unique features of the concept include highly stylized wheels which were inspired by the appearance of bicycle wheels; VW logo in the center is balanced and mounted on a bearing and clear roof. Also, there are windows and upper bodywork that provides a glimpse of the vehicle’s electric drive-train, featuring two separate motors – one mounted upfront and the other at the rear to help balance out weight distribution.

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