The sensation of wind in your hair is overrated at 80 mph when long locks quickly become a wild whipping entanglement. The Daihatsu Concept Car offers the view that a convertible does without the intensity of the breeze.
Rasul Maksyutov developed this idea for a Daihatsu competition, aiming to question, consider and reinvent the conventions of designing and assembling a vehicle. Visibility to the outside is undoubtedly important for both safety and pleasure, so this model automobile optimizes for maximum transparency.
A lightweight but strong upper frame allows minimal interruption of the view outdoors, holding the clear glass in place around the entirety of the vehicle with a broad sunroof up above. The Daihatsu Concept Car increases the height of each windows so that even the youngsters in the back seat can appreciate the journey.