Lo Res concept car by United Nude looks like an alien ship

Lo Res concept car by United Nude

United Nude, Dutch designer footwear brand specialized in designing high heels is venturing into the automobiles industry. The iconic brand has unveiled their latest design in the form of an abstract concept car that looks more like a spaceship than a sports car. Based on 1970’s Marcello Gandini designed Lamborghini Countach, the design of the ‘Lo Res car’ is developed by using a unique method. The process involves scanning a series of 3D points from the original object and then lowering the 3D resolution several times to develop abstract designs.

Lo Res concept car by United Nude

Featuring a Polygonal shaped polycarbonate body, the two-seater vehicle (passenger sitting behind the driver) has a transparent capsule design for 360-degree viewing experience and has no doors. To allow access to the passengers, its entire body opens up from the back, all thanks to the electric lifts. The interior comes with polished stainless steel elements with matte black coating and a hexagonal steering wheel. The Lo Res concept car by United Nude is powered by an electric engine which can take it to maximum speeds of 50 kilometers per hour.

Lo Res concept car by United Nude

Designed as part of United Nude’s ongoing Lo Res project, the Lo Res concept car can be described as a conceptual design experiment, rather than a conventional car. According to United Nude, its abstract appearance makes it look like a magical moving sculpture. The concept car will be exhibited in Los Angeles and is expected to be produced in limited numbers solely for collectors.

Lo Res concept car by United Nude

Lo Res concept car by United Nude

Via: Dezeen

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