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Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez

Héctor Álvarez has designed Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car for his Master in Automotive Design at Coventry University. It’s a futuristic vehicle inspired by contrast between opposites, it also pays tribute to the Spanish marque Pegasus. This futuristic vehicle would be an exclusive concept showcased at a future edition of the Concours d’Elegance Villa d’Este in Italy. As you might notice, the design takes some classic sports car characteristics and incorporates them into a futuristic one, especially sportscars from 1950s to 1960s. The designer wanted to keep his focus on the values of simplicity and stay away from retro-modern interpretation.


Designer : Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez



Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez


Empiria Classic Futurism Concept Car by Hector Alvarez is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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