Again taking nature for inspiration, this design by Velocity Open favours a smooth sculpted body with printed organic patterns adding strength beneath. A synthetic sharkskin imprint aids aerodynamics and malleable plastic layered on top of the hard shell promises to absorb impact.
Looking not unlike a KTM X-Bow coloured in with a neon highlighter pen, the Aeroblade was designed by iMan and aims to create unique aerodynamics by funneling air through its overlapping blades. It’s an entirely one-piece construction, too – from seats to dash to trim.
This open-top design began with two basic shapes: an enveloping structure round the driver and a central spine to keep the chassis rigid. Designer Braunarsh then did away with the doors, opting for swooping pillars for a bit of panache.