The CS Project has been an Designers Tom Kvapil, Richer Gear conducted an independent study. This research is not associated with BMW and has not been endorsed.
Tom Kvapil and Richer Gear have joined forces to create the stylish CS Project, which is a futuristic take on the 1960’s BMW 02 Series.
Billed as a “free time design study,” the CS 0.2 is a sleek coupe which incorporates a number of cues from the past. It is evident on the front, with the retro-inspired grille that has a modern twist.
It is flanked with flowing headlights, and rests above a carbon-fiber front splitter. A distinctive front fascia was created by the designers. It flows through the fenders and then into the shoulders, wrapping the whole vehicle.
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This car’s sleek design continues below the A-pillars. It features minimal side skirts integrated into its sleek bodywork. You can see hidden doors handles and digital side mirrors. The highlights include a small greenhouse and distinctive roof with ribbing. The CS’s rear features a sleek design that includes full-width taillights and vertical accents. They’re joined by a unique bumper which houses a large vent.
While the exterior features some old school styling cues, the same can’t be said about the cabin as it has two individual seats that are separated by a floating center console with a flush-mounted display. You can also spot a digital instrument cluster with curved edges and what appears like an integrated display in the steering wheel.
The end result is one impressive looking study and it’s interesting to note that the project is making the jump from the digital realm into the physical one as the car is being 3D printed as a 1/18 scale model. That process is currently underway and you can follow it by checking out the CS Project’s Behance page.
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