Thursday, May 19, 2011

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

2011 Maserati GT Garbin Concept

Called Garbin, the Maserati GT is the project thesis of three students (Jaime Cervantes, Andrea Coccia, and Chetan Rajput) and was developed during their Master’s degree in Transportation and Automobile Design, with a sponsorship from the Fiat Group.

The car inspired by Maserati Ghibli built between 1967 and 1973 they avoid giving the concept a retro design. In the tradition of the Trident brand, the name Garbin comes from a southwesterly summer wind that is encountered in Italy.

The surface language is inspired by the PrivĂ© 2010 Collection by Armani, a fashion design concept that uses overlay luminescent fabrics. “This inspiration was translated into solid surfaces combined with ‘floating’ elements that remind of the Opera Theatre of Valencia, by Calatrava,” the designers explain.

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