Have you ever imagined how the strongest car of the world would look like? Mini Norris, the car that has passed all crash tests of the world with a single roundhouse kick is presumably the face of the strongest car ever built. It is designed by Milos Paripovic, a graduate from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, and although its design screams of Chunk Norris, there is no real affiliation with him as such.
According to Milos cars are like humans in that they too have features that depict their moods. They have symmetries, headlight eyes, a grill for the mouth, the chin as bumpers, etc. Their looks most often speak of their aggression, their rage or even their feminist delicacy; however we have not before this imagined how they’d project characteristics like strong and safe.
The creators of the mirthful Zastava ZUGO have spared us the task of imagining how the safe and strong car would look like, by designing the Mini Norris. It is a tricycle style vehicle, with a human face that looks cautious about the direction it is taking and therefore, quiet reassuring that it will keep you safe no matter what.
Unique and interesting thought it may seem, the concept is not up for commercial production any time soon. But with the ever changing scenarios in the car industry, one never knows which possibility turns into reality, therefore, keep your mind and your eyes open because the Mini Norris or something similar might be the next big reality of the automobile industry.