Famous for a variety of vehicles of all shapes and sizes Toyota’s latest car could be their most quirky and unusual model yet. The Toyota Setsuna ($CONCEPT) is a concept car set to debut at Milan Design Week 2016 that is made entirely of wood. Made from 86 handmade wooden panels the Setsuna allows for simple and easy quick repairs, simply by switching the panel. It uses a combination of Cedar, Birch, and Japanese Zelkova woods and while it would no doubt make a great art piece this is a fully functional and drivable car.
When you’re the Director of Design for one of the most historic car companies in the world what car from its vaulted catalog would you design for yourself? Well, Ian Callum from Jaguar decided on a recreation of the 1950’s Mark 2. The Jaguar Mark 2 By Ian Callum ($NFS) maintains the cars original purity ...[Read More]