The designer drew cars in the style of a coronavirusApril 10, 2020
Automotive designer Rezo Lomaia posted on his Instagram a series of pictures dedicated to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which spreads the COVID-19 infection around the world. In them, Lomaia imagined how cars would have looked if the virus had designed them.
It is known that the name “coronavirus” is associated with the structure of the membrane of molecules, the spine-shaped processes of which resemble the solar corona. Using this as a basis, Lomaia tried to give the virus a form characteristic of each of the five automakers: Porsche, Fiat, Jeep, Polestar and Lamborghini.
The “virus” Lamborghini, for example, has an angular molecule, bristling with wings with longitudinal stabilizers; Polestar is an almost flat white cube with “spikes” -lidars; Fiat is like an electric hatchback 500e, and Porsche definitely hints at the Taikan head optics with its “appendages”. And Jeep is a small gray box, studded with tow hooks.
Earlier it became known that the leadership of the Ash Crest Collection dealership in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA, decided to transfer the proceeds from the sale of seven supercars to local businesses and families affected by coronavirus. Thus, the company decided to contribute to the fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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