Abarth Scorp-Ion by IED Design students

Abarth Scorp-Ion by IED Design - 17.2.2011
Abarth Scorp-Ion by IED Design - 17.2.2011

Scale model will be unveiled in Geneva

The students from IED's Master of Arts in Transportation Design are returning to the Gevena Motor Show with the stunning Abarth Scorp-Ion concept.

Created under the supervision of Pininfarina's Luca Borgogno and Maserati's Luigi Giampaolo, the Scorp-Ion is the brainchild of Emre Husmen who envisions the two-seater as a futuristic coupe that measures 4010mm long, 1900 wide, and 1190mm tall.

While the car is nothing more than a pipe dream, Husmen says the Scorp-Ion would be motivated by four electric motors that draw power from a trunk-mounted lithium-ion battery.

Source: Autoblog.it

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M! M!
i think the instructors and students at IED are great. look at their 2008 Maserati chicane, also a more compact sports car. Their designs are very achievable, pending the board members approval.
Feb 18th, 2011 3:09am
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strange car is this
Feb 17th, 2011 9:56pm
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v6s_stink v6s_stink
This is pretty nice. Scrap the expensive, heavy and grossly inefficient batteries for a one liter IC engine and you get a very efficient, nearly perfect commuter car.
Feb 17th, 2011 8:24pm
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