Bizzarrini Veleno Concept Car is an aggressive yet eco-friendly biohydrogen-powered supercar for your year 2030. The aggressive, almost organic surfaces of the car take inspiration from nature and in particular by poison dart frog. The concept features many futuristic technologies, aimed at saving weight and also increasing energy efficiency. The drivetrain adopts an electric motor along with a fuel cell system along with nanotube tanks. Hydrogen is generated from renewable sources similar to algae and organic waste. The actual structural elements are created from CentrAL – a composite material with layers of aluminum as well as glass fiber – and graphene – a really strong, one atom-thick mesh layer associated with graphite which is the basic element involving carbon nanotubes. Among he distinctive features would be the wheels, which use an array of rollers, with a layout similar to in which of mecanum wheels, enabling the particular car to transfer laterally.
Borys say :
“I’ve always been a fan of Giotto Bizzarrini’s cars, so for my Degree Show project I wanted to design a vehicle which brought together the look and feel of one of his machines with the kind of futuristic technologies I think will be commonplace in 2030.”