A minimalist car designed by a maximilist, Philippe Stark
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    Default A minimalist car designed by a maximilist, Philippe Stark

    Volteis V+ : la voiture de Philippe Starck à l'essai - Automobile - Challenges

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    Mais ceux qui déboursent 30.000 € dans cet étrange engin ne raisonnent pas ainsi.

    Fun though. The dash/basket is a wonderful idea for this kind of vehicle.

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    And this man had a hand in designing yachts for Beneteau!
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    Is the 'instrument cluster' an iPad type device? If so, I like that idea. I mean how good would it be that the vehicle can not be started until you have plugged in your 'i' device and entered your pin...... all good until you crack your screen or lose it I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renomad View Post
    Is the 'instrument cluster' an iPad type device? If so, I like that idea. I mean how good would it be that the vehicle can not be started until you have plugged in your 'i' device and entered your pin...... all good until you crack your screen or lose it I guess.
    Like most modern technology, its fine when its working, and can cause all sorts of problems when its not.
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