United Nude and the Lo-Res car
You would think that when designing a car, the rules of what to do (and what not to do) when designing said car are rather important. It seems that that is not the case for lifestyle brand United Nude, and its dubbed ‘Lo-Res Car‘.
Windows? Na. Doors? No thanks. Visible wheels? Who needs ‘em!? This is as abstract as car design gets. At this point, it’s fair to mention that the Lo-Res Car is a conceptual design experiment, rather than a conventional car — which explains why it looks like a movable art sculpture as opposed to something you’d take to pop out to the shops and get some milk.
The polygonal shaped car is part of United Nude’s Lo Res Project, where the super-slick brand took the design of the iconic 1970s’ Lamborghini Countach and proceeded to reduce the 3D resolution of the car down to as abstract a design as possible.
The exterior is made of matt black polycarbonate, while the stripped-back interior of is designed as a two-seater with the passenger sitting behind the driver. To ensure the design was rendered down to its purest form, instead of doors the entire body of the car lifts open with electric lifts. The engine is electric and currently limited for safety to 50kmph.