'Seat Duna' concept dune buggy cleverly hides its solar panels
May 06, 2009 21:04
Not too long ago, Spanish designer Miguel-Angel Iranzo Sanchez showed off the Seat Brisa, which was essentially a solar-powered love seat. Now he's designed the Brisa's successor, the Duna, which comes off looking a bit more like a car with its substantial backside, but keeps thesolar panels embedded in the hood.
From the designer:
The Seat Duna is an electric beach buggy designed to provide old-fashioned fun in an eco way. Based on the Volkswagen Up! platform, the Seat Duna is propelled by an electric motor fed by nano-photovoltaic cells scattered throughout its translucent elastomere shell. With its lightweight mesh seats, laminated cedar rocker panels inspired by vintage surfboards, and bright colors, the Seat Duna is a quite extrovert car.
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