Making A People's Car From Scratch

Posted: Nov 26 2016, 10:41am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Making a People's Car from Scratch
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How to make a people’s car from scratch? Here’s the look into 2025’s car making.

There are a lot of people who would have a dream of making their own car. A person’s own car concept looks pretty cool as you can customize it in any way according to your will. There are however some legal constraints due to which everyone cannot make a car at home.

However a team of artists, designers and engineers are working on a customized car for which they started with designing the iconic car of choice. The team decided to build up a C-segment car in a mold of Volkswagen Golf or Ford Focus.

The core technology of the car that is being made will direct towards futuristic cars of year 2025, according to AutoCar. The C-segment car which will be a saloon in nature which will be on par with the upcoming cars of the year 2025-2030. The car is known as new people’s car.

The design is supposed to be like that of new VW Beetle which will be pretty much appropriate for market of new cars. Along with that it is planned that electric wheel motors will be placed in the car as well, however overall theme of the car will be kept simple.

The team is doing its best to offer the final product in £30,000 to £40,000. Along with that a witty and memorable name for this car is also under consideration these days. It is speculated that it will be a seven seater vehicle but the seating scale can change until the project is finalized.

This idea is being headed by Envisage Group whose CEO is Chris Devane. A number of young and enthusiastic designers are working on developing the car and it is regarded that it will soon be finalized at least to be launched as a concept at any event.

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