The conceptual 'Meson' supercar is an aerodynamic vehicle that puts a focus on modern aesthetics and eco-friendly performance to offer a glimpse of the near future of transportation.
Designed by Ian Webster, the vehicle has a silhouette that calls to mind designs of the past, while the sculpted accents enhance its ability to glide seamlessly across roadways. The rear cutout on the vehicle leads to the front past the rear wheel wells to allow for impressive airflow that will allow the car to slice through environments.
The conceptual 'Meson' supercar features a fully electric powertrain that addresses the shift away from gas-powered sports cars as technology progresses and performance enhancements are observed. The vehicle is designed for easy maintenance, while carbon fiber design accents allow for lightweight rigidity.
The Conceptual 'Meson' Supercar Boasts an Electric Powertrain
1. Aerodynamic Eco Sports Cars - The conceptual 'Meson' supercar showcases the trend of combining aerodynamics and eco-friendliness in sports car design.
2. Modern Aesthetic Design - The sleek silhouette and sculpted accents of the 'Meson' supercar reflect the trend of incorporating modern aesthetics in car design.
3. Electric Powertrains - The 'Meson' supercar highlights the trend of electric powertrains as a disruptive innovation opportunity in the sports car industry.
1. Automotive Manufacturing - Automotive manufacturers can explore the disruptive innovation opportunity of creating more aerodynamic and eco-friendly sports cars, like the 'Meson' supercar.
2. Carbon Fiber Production - Carbon fiber producers have the chance to capitalize on the increased demand for lightweight and rigid design accents in sports cars, such as those seen in the 'Meson' supercar.
3. Electric Vehicle Technology - The development and advancement of electric powertrains for sports cars, inspired by the 'Meson' supercar, presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies in the electric vehicle technology industry.