DBGT 2025 Aston Martin Concept Car By Brendan Woolsey


DBGT 2025 Aston Martin Concept Car
The Aston Martin DBGT 2025 is one of the best future car designs that is deeply based in reality when it comes to design and style. This Aston Martin of the future looks as stylish and classy as any in the past and draws inspiration from the long tradition of the car and its previous designs. Its flowing curves, aerodynamic body and the classic grill at the front make it both nostalgic and special. The car of the future holds all its special magic under its hood. Its 6 liter V12 engine is indeed special.
Going from 0 to 62 mph in 4.3 seconds, the car has two really strong assets. It sports bodywork that is impeccable and its fuel plans are both realistic and ideal. All this comes along with that very special Aston Martin badge, giving you the best driving experience.
Designed by Brendan Woolsey, a student of Industrial Design at the University of Western Sydney, the Concept Car of 2025 would be powered by a tank full of water that is split into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen is used as fuel for the car, leading to zero emissions. If anything, the classic exhaust fitted on this future car will only give out water vapor and some heat.
There is very little wrong in its eco-outline apart from the fact that the hydrogen engine that it talks about needs plenty of research before materializing. The water-powered engine is the one the whole world is waiting for. The price will again be something that would make this car for the elite few.
DBGT 2025 Aston Martin Concept Car

Embryo Clean Fuels Concept Car

Embryo Clean Fuels Concept Car
Embryo Concept Car is powered by fuel cells which uses clean fuels like hydrogen. It is completely ecological as it is made of recyclable aluminum and silicon materials used mostly for interior elements. Design wise, it looks like an organism, however safety wise too, it derives the same thought. Soft material is used for exterior while inside it has a protective layer to absorb the impact and keep the passengers safe. The safety system also acts as a communicating system for information like speed, distance etc. and if necessary auto pilot also reacts to avoid possible accidents. With all these safety and design features it surely is a winner in robotic era.







Calamaro Audi Concept Flying Car

Calamaro Audi Concept Flying Car
In response to Porsche Hungary’s design competition Tibor has come up with a ‘flying’ concept car obviously intended for the very distant future. The designer tells us that the shape was inspired by the skeleton of a cuttlefish which gives is a look halfway between a sports car and a speed boat. Some existing Audi styling cues can be seen such as the huge air intake which approximates the shape of the radiator grill on modern Audi automobiles.

The Calamaro is supposed to run on ‘clean fuels’ but its not clear how since the air intake isn’t connected to anything and there seems to be no visible means of propulsion — or flight — or anything else! Having said that it does look pretty sensational.


888 Peugeot Concept Car

888 Peugeot Concept Car
Peugeot 888, you can call it the big brother of the Peugeot VERS; it’s almost exactly the same, with the same functions of shortening up in busy streets and lying down flat on the highway, but with one crucial feature: more luggage space. Yes, now you can go on out in the outback and the country side to spend some time away from the urban madness.
Coming to design, the car is conceived by Norway’s Oskar Johansen and is, like the Vers, a two-seater. Although the functions are all nearly the same, they still are more “pushed”, if you ask me. In other words, unlike the Vers, the car can shorten or stretch out even more. Therefore it is more convenient. On the technical side, to make it ‘clean’, it is powered by motors which are run by lithium-ion batteries, which in turn, are covered by solar panels for additional energy.


Such development should certainly continue as we are all aware of population and most of all, environmental problems. Cars like this are what will make the future better.

MoVille Peugeot Concept Car

MoVille Peugeot Concept Car
Called the Peugeot MoVille, this omnidirectional pod that looks just like a water-drop and single-seater pod designed by Woo-Ram Lee is compact in size and is powered by solar energy, providing motion to the huge spherical wheels via electromagnets.


Peugeot MoVille (which bears a strong resemblance to the Drupal logo) is designed to take up as little space on the road as possible. It would apparently feature artificial intelligence to recognize and welcome its owner (strangers get steamrolled) or to drive itself to a destination you specify. It could also be driven manually, not by an old fashioned wheel, but via a drive-by-wire system hooked up to a gadget like a mobile phone (Bond style) or a gaming console.

Parking should be a breeze with the omnidirectional wheels and such a small wheelbase, but for those really dreadful parkers, it would come with proximity sensors and cameras. If you still can’t manage, just switch to automatic and let MoVille park for you.

You can access the pod via its dual sliding window doors which feature photovoltaic cells to keep you powered up. The pod itself is made from unpainted biodegradable plastic.

Peugeot MoVille is one of 29 finalists in this year’s competition which has now come to a close. If you’d like to vote for this design or any of the other 28 finalists, head on over to Peugeot where you have a shot at winning an XBOX 360