Top 10 automotive trends of 2022

We have witnessed a torrential and exciting rain of automotive designs at Yanko Design. Each automobile was innovative, giving us something we had never seen or experienced before. From killer speed, to dashing beauty, to impenetrable safety standards, every automobile we’ve showcased at YD has cleared a design barrier for us, and I hope they’ve done the same for you. also. Therefore, we curated a collection of car designs that we thought were the best of the lot! From an Akira superbike with Cyberpunk 2077 futurism to Honda’s insane electric pickup concept – each of these drool-worthy cars ruthlessly pushes the boundaries of the automotive industry! Car enthusiasts will be eager to get their hands on it and take it for a spin on the streets!

1. The Ridgeline EV Concept

The Ridgeline EV concept comes from the mind of California-based Rene Garcia, a concept designer at ILM who previously worked on The Mandalorian, Thor: Ragnarok, The Avengers and the Transformers anthology. Garcia began designing the vehicle as a Dakar rally truck, but gradual iterations slowly transformed it into a concept pickup truck for Honda. Designed to handle just about anything you can throw at it, the EV comes with its own winch hook up front, frunk behind, suicide-style rear doors that give you access to the car’s spacious interiors and an expandable truck. bed in the back which is even equipped with tools and emergency medical kits.

2. Akira and Ducati

The aggressive Akira bike here gets the trellis frame of the donor bike with the extra frame to support the rider on long rides, a jet-inspired cockpit draped in carbon elements and an L-Twin internal combustion engine with a set of turbochargers for more power. . Huge spherical Pirelli P-ZERO tires and colossal front air intakes give it Cyberpunk-like appeal. And rightly so, because Katsuhiro Otomo’s manga Akira inspired the Cyberpunk 2077 Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X – the fastest bike in open-world action-adventure gaming.

3. The Lamborghini Huracan STO

When the subtlety was handed out, the Lamborghini Huracán STO was at the back of the line taking a nap. Actually no, that’s not true. He had escaped the queue and rushed to a nearby race track to receive a steroid injection and a complete cosmetic overhaul of the race car. Because that’s what this car is all about. Loud to watch and noisy at 8500 rpm. It’s basically a street-legal race car. With its sleek, ultra-low profile, huge air intakes, massive rear spoiler and screaming V10 engine, this model is the most revealing and best-handling Huracán yet. Descended from the DNA of the single-brand Lamborghini Super Trofeo series – hence the name “STO” which stands for Super Trofeo Omologata (Italian for Homologation) – this hypercar is more suited to track use than city driving. . Much more.

4. BMW iX Flow Concept

It’s one of the most eye-catching things seen at the show Omicron inflicted in Las Vegas this year. BMW calls it the iX Flow Concept and although it looks like any other iX crossover prototype, what it has is straight out of a Transformers movie plot. A futuristic car that can blend into its surroundings to magically become invisible! Well, that’s a far-fetched dream for now, as the EV now uses E Ink technology (much like the Amazon Kindle series screen) to put on a hypnotic show of color-changing skin. The implementation is currently in its infancy, as the iX Flow concept can switch between white, dark gray and black-only hues.

5. Titaa

Titaa is a dual-use electric vehicle that can transform from a two-wheeled electric bicycle to a self-balancing unicycle. While riding manual unicycles might be too steep a learning curve for most, electric self-balancing unicycles are more like something we could all follow. Titaa, a unicycle with this kind of mechanics, conceptualized by Husky Design is a modular dual-use vehicle that can transform from a bicycle into a self-balancing unicycle. Getting to know our cities through different modes of transportation takes us to sights and places we never knew existed before. Titaa is the type of e-bike you’d see zipping down the wooden planks of the Santa Monica Pier or up the cobblestone avenues of Paris.

6. Polestar

Dubbed Polestar, Kang Sik Park envisioned their futuristic automobile dressed in an optical white aluminum-like exterior, which is accented by sleek black metal strips for a refined touch. Symmetrical on all sides, Polestar’s exterior is used to represent connectivity and the coming together of humans for a common purpose. Floating blades slide off the roof of the vehicle to lift the Polestar off the ground into the air. Additionally, Park equipped Polestar with progressive technology such as GPS and facial recognition to help modernize the airborne vehicle.

7. Apple Car Concept

This 360-degree movable self-driving car has a door that opens to reveal a cocoon-shaped cockpit with two comfortable seats. Since it’s designed from Apple’s perspective, it has a nice shine and clean finish. Renderings suggest that the beautiful tilting structure of the pod will comfortably shelter the occupants, whether on the city street or on the highway. The two-person pod for Apple envisions a future where these vehicles drive from pillar to post to transport and drop off passengers and leisurely return to their defined parking spot like a decent Roomba around the house.

8. The Citroën The weather

This Citroën concept got me excited with its idea of ​​changing the weather. Yes, a self-driving pod car that creates the kind of indoor weather you like. Dubbed Citroën The Weather (Weather Project), the designers focused on encapsulating the two drivers in the ambient weather they would prefer on any given day, even if the weather outside is completely opposite. The interior cabin of this compact four-wheeler in the shape of a pod creates the visual and sensory atmosphere to take you into a completely different field. So you could drive to your destination in the cold London winter while feeling and seeing the warmth of the New York spring sun inside!

9. The Hyundai Egg

Dubbed the Hyundai EGG, this all-terrain capable compact wheelset is a mix of buggy and compact hatchback. Alejandro wanted to take a detour from conventional automotive designs that focus primarily on luxury and comfort. The idea set him on the path to making a reliable electric mini-van that has better mileage even at higher speeds en route to the nearby town. The efficiency of the EGG’s electric drivetrain allows the car to maintain a good range even when traversing off-road trails. Since vision and blind spots can be a real problem while driving in dangerous and adverse weather conditions, the designer lends the Hyundai EGG a 360-degree panoramic windshield for clear visibility for safer driving. .

10. The Bax Moto MK3

Dubbed the Bax Moto MK3, the bike is highlighted by the sleek, flowing silhouette of the exposed mechanical parts, giving it a very muscular feel. The headlights and the front edges of the front end – sort of intimidating to the viewer, giving me the ultimate Batcycle vibe the first time I looked at it. The long, double-sided swingarm gives the crime-fighting ride a low ride, as the forward-leaning position of the rider means it can be driven at breakneck speeds. Bax Moto MK3 is draped in an all-black finish with hints of gray to add contrast and depth.Funiq. The instrument cluster and wheels carry the same grungy feel spiced up by the subtle lines that are apparent on the fuel tank. It kind of signifies the spirit of speed and movement. Another particular addition to the bike is the offset headlight with the pair of fog lights, which gives it a very unique style.

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