The Toyota MOB – Style and Design

Admin September 6, 2010 1

Conceived by Spanish designer Jorge Marti Vidal, the “Toyota MOB” is a car concept that inspired by the idea of the Mobius strip incorporates unusual bodywork. Made in an organic material called “liquid wood” that is created using the waste product of lignin, left after the manufacture of paper, the zero-emission car carries two continuous panels, which weave their way back and forth to form the body and the chassis. Moving on the wheels with built-in motors, the racing car includes an all-electric drivetrain to ensure an in-wheel drive. Measuring 3,643 x 1,787 x 1,063mm (LWH) in dimensions, the electric vehicle tout dynamic eco credentials without compromising the thrill.

[Credit: TheDesignBlog]

One Comment »

  1. Marlene HenleyNo Gravatar May 10, 2011 at 9:40 pm -

    OMG! This is stunning, man! Whoever created the design of this car is surely a genius! The people who will be able to look at those images may likely say that it’s fast and fierce. They might also look forward to seeing other colors that will be mostly pleasant to their eyes.

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