FORD START CONCEPT
In an era of constant visual noise, Ford has created a car that conveys visual purity and harmony, in which every line has meaning and purpose. The Ford Start delivers a dynamic, personality driven design that stays true to the global Ford brand
The overall design of the Start Concept is based on simplicity with its exterior body panels made from deformable, pre-colored recyclable composites. The concept also features a lightweight aluminum safety cell, which is part of the hybrid aluminum/high strength steel body construction.
The Start Concept is powered by a new one litre three cylinder EcoBoost engine. the small turbocharged 1.0L engine features a cast iron block with cast aluminum cylinder heads. Ford did not release official specs for the engine other than saying that its power and torque levels are comparable with a normally aspirated 1.6 liter four-cylinder.
The interior compliments the direction of the exterior. It has been designed to be pure, tactile analog experience. The Start Concept interior was designed to evoke passion and driving excitement with the feeling one would expect from a more premium segment.
CHEVROLET VOLT MPV5 CROSSOVER CONCEPT
The Volt MPV5 concept demonstrates the flexibility of the Voltec propulsion system, which can produce enough electric power to propel a range of vehicles. from a compact sedan like the Volt to a crossover like the Volt MPV5 concept
The styling of the Volt MPV5 concept borrows design and aerodynamic cues from the Chevrolet Volt. The front fascia is among the most aerodynamic of any crossover thanks to its closed grille and aero-optimized lower air dam, both of which help improve fuel efficiency. A full-underbody belly pan, along with rocker claddings, creased tail lamps and specially designed blades on the rear quarter, also help the Volt MPV5 concept cut through the wind with ease. The intense focus on improved aerodynamics enables greater all-electric range.
Inside, the Volt MPV5 concept adopts the Volt’s center stack and gauge cluster along with its striking two-tone leather seats. Thanks to the Volt MPV5 concept’s size, passenger comfort doesn’t take a backseat. Typical for Chevrolet crossovers, the Volt MPV5 concept’s seating position allows for maximum comfort and flexibility, including improved entry and egress.