At this year's 'Dutch Design Week 2015' designers Niels van Eijk and Miriam van der Lubbe debuted a mirrored concept car that provides unobstructed views from the inside. Although many companies are making cars more efficient, few are working on changing the aesthetic design of the average vehicle. This creative car design demonstrates how dramatically different cars may look in the near future.
Van Eijk and Van der Lubbe's concept car was designed for the Swedish company Volvo. The idea behind the project was to explore how different cars may look in the future. Van Eijk and Van der Lubbe's design is made up of reflective cuboids with mirrored surfaces. Passengers inside have are treated an unobstructed view of the surrounding environment. The idea is to shift attention from the vehicle itself to the natural environment. As Van der Lubbe explains, "It's an imaginary way of driving."
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