Volkswagen Viseo designed by Marc Kirsch
The Volkswagen Viseo is a futuristic concept vehicle created by Marc Kirsch for his final project in Industrial Design at Braunschweig University of Arts.
Among the features of the electric-powered futuristic concept car are the three-seats layout, a large glass surface area completely covered in a flexible OLED film and a detachable rear luggage compartment that can be easily turned into a trolley.
The Volkswagen Viseo is a three seater vehicle. The layout, with two seats up front and one at the rear means that the a narrow, tapering rear section is possible. Making the rear slim has allowed room for the tinted shield to flow over the bodywork and rear wheels without making the overall width of the Viseo greater than a standard car.
This glass shield is covered in an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) film which brings a new form of interactivity between the occupants and their surroundings. Another unique design feature of the Volkswagen Viseo concept was the removable rear luggage compartment. This could be detached and wheeled away just like a suitcase.
For his Viseo concept Marc Kirsch got the main inspiration for this concept from Santiago Calatrava, the futuristic car also features popular shapes used by Calatrava. The vehicle is called Volkswagen Viseo Concept and is a visionary car shaped and based on the calatravian motto of “dynamic balance” and use of new technologies.
First displayed at the Braunschweig University of Art Show 2007, the Viseo Concept was developed in collaboration with Volkswagen Design in Wolfsburg, Germany.
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Removable rear luggage compartment.