The automobile industry has evolved by leaps and bounds over the last 100 years with the technology used in vehicles keeping up with the times. In terms of aesthetics, however, vehicles today are not as drastically different from the ones manufactured a couple decades ago in comparison to the technology inside them. To address this disparity between the differing levels of evolution between the technological and aesthetical aspects of vehicles, designer Ivan Venkov has created the Alessian 2012 Concept. The vehicle brings the design language of luxury vehicles up to speed with the technological finesse that it houses inside it.
The concept brings a complexity of aesthetics to the design of the contemporary vehicle to compensate for the fact that the design language of the exteriors of cars today has not evolved at the same rate as the technological elements within vehicle. Refurbished with up to date aesthetics, the Alessian 2012 Concept boasts of 2012-ready technologies on the inside as well.
To offer the customers the most completely and uniquely contemporary vehicle, the exquisite production is created with elements that inspire true luxury. The car's exterior is layered with grooves that appear to be sweeping around it and generate contrasting energy and appeal.
The textured body panels appear to be wrapped around the chassis like muscles and provide an alternative aerodynamic solution to the vehicle. Triple exhausts match up to the slim and elongated front grille and the elongated vertical headlamps. The all-black two-seater is also complimented by the artistic rear lamps and ten-spoke black alloys.