Back in 1933, Buckminster Fuller designed his Dymaxion Car, featuring an innovative body that was inspired by the geodesic dome. Here we have the EXO NURBS Car that learns from this early automotive example and manifests as a remarkably revolutionary concept.
The impressively stable vehicle sits upon an external chassis. The shell that's built on top of it comes to mimic a crystalline structure that gives the entire enclosure great strength and stability. The windows, the doors, the lights and other exterior features had to be worked into the triangular facets to avoid compromising the intricate configuration.
Mark Beccaloni's futuristic EXO NURBS Car would be packed with other cutting-edge qualities besides its physical characteristics. The lightweight conveyance would boast low energy consumption and integrate LEDs for illumination.
The EXO NURBS Vehicle Revisits Dymaxion Design for Superior Strength
1. Crystal-shell Vehicles - Inspired by the EXO NURBS Car, crystal-shell vehicles offer innovative designs for superior strength and stability while still having cut-edge qualities.
2. Geodesic Body Cars - Geodesic body cars are the future of automotive innovation, learning from Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion Car and offering impressively stable vehicles.
3. Low Energy Consumption Cars - Incorporating low energy consumption and LED illumination in cars offers futuristic cutting-edge qualities and is a trend to watch for vehicle innovation.
1. Automotive Industry - The automotive industry can take inspiration from the EXO NURBS Car and the Dymaxion Car and explore disruptive innovations to design cars with crystal-shell structures or geodesic bodies.
2. LED Lighting Industry - The LED lighting industry has the opportunity to collaborate with car manufacturers to meet the demand for low energy consumption and LED integration in vehicles.
3. Vehicle Design Industry - The vehicle design industry can explore the integration of triangular facets in their designs to create crystal-shell structures that offer superior strength and stability in their products.