India's Mahindra&Mahindra has a really impressive concept. This is the Komodo Concept, and it may grab more attention than you think.
The Komodo is the work of aspiring Indian designer and IED Torino graduate, Makrand Patil. These photos of the study was completed in collaboration with Mahindra while at IED. This is what he said about the concept:
"What I present is an SUV built for the Indian Market. The user could be anyone from a young to a mid-age individual who is in his own business or could just be a son, a family guy to a sport enthusiast."
"The built of the car is big, strong, rugged and luxurious at the same time. Perfect for the Indian terrain. The vehicle can be used anywhere form silky smooth highways to steep gradients, big drops and deep water. Focusing more on its off-roading abilities, a true 4x4 vehicle that a whole family can enjoy."
"This SUV has been designed considering most of the brand attributes of Mahindra. The brand sets a benchmark of Capability, Authenticity in design and function. It specializes in Durability and Reliability for the Indian market having a justified evolution."
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