Archive | September 2010

Chevrolet Bizzaro compact MPV

Remember of a teaser sketch uploaded few days before and now the things are revealed….Worked out on a MPV design based on Chevrolet Platform…
The MPV is idle for city traffic conditions and weekend drives with a group of seven people and the Bizzaro serves the purpose.

The serious player: ARKster Concept

A two seater concept car designed with cutting edge design theme. No round curves can be seen in the design anywhere. Initial design inspiration came in from old bomber jets that got crafted into various designs thereafter and what finally you see is the concept…….ARKster

The hatch back design: Quoin Concept

A five seater hot hatch designed to appeal the young age…the Quoin Concept

Rickshaw with a boot – ZDan

‘Rickshaw with a boot’. Yes …a boot for a rickshaw as we see in sedan/three box cars. This design is basically targeted for states where rickshaws are used for all sort of transportation. i.e groceries, agriculture products, fisheries…and do create a foul smell in the passenger cabin. Passengers travelling in rickshaws which ply in coastal states like Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Chennai do face such problems.

Again, overloading as we see in Piaggio rickshaws plying in Pune do pose a risk factor for passengers sitting at the rear too. If a rick has a boot, then this all  problems can be eliminated… can have a safe ride.
What do you think…….please comment.

Chevrolet Concept design teaser sketch

Chevrolet Concept

My next design is on the drawing board for ‘Chevrolet Designing Contest’ in association with Autocar Magazine. Planning for a simple yet practical concept. For now only a teaser sketch…will publish detailed sketches later.

Transyst: urban transport vehicle

Transyst: Transport System Solution Tourer. This was my first design to be showcased in a designing competition………..

Transyst: Transport System Solution Tourer- This was my first design to be showcased in a designing competition. The competition was organised by FICCI- Pune Design Festival 2006. The competition was themed as ‘Design a urban transport vehicle’ and the Transyst grabbed second prize in the event.

The Transyst basically was designed as a tourer which can be used in public transport system and very much practical in tight city roads wherein our 10m buses cannot be easily driven.

The momento was handed over to me in presence of  Mr. Arun Firodia