London Royal College of Art Kei Car Competition

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Dec 23, 2008   Updated: Aug 8 2011 • References: & dezeen
"Keijidosha," or "Kei car" for short, means "light vehicle." The KeiClass is a Japanese urban vehicle that is limited to 660 cc, tax-free, eligible for parking spaces, and very technologically advanced whether it's a car, van or pickup. Maximum size restrictions are 3.4 meters long, 1.48 meters wide and 2 meters tall. First-year students were asked to research and design KeiClass cars and this gallery is the result of some of their work.

Implications - Students entering the competition went to seminars led by representatives from leading car manufacturers in Japan. Completed projects were then judged by representatives from Daihatsu and Suzuki. Stats for Student Vehicle Design Contests Trending: Older & Mild
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