It is no exaggeration to say that since 2005, the Italian premium brand Maserati has not released any decent sports car. Even the MC12 car is no longer produced since 2005.
Ukrainian designer Sergey Dvornitsky presented to the public a marvelous concept car called Maserati Genesi. The demonstrated prototype goes far beyond the corporate spirit of the brand, and combines a number of thoughts from the Alfieri concept and the timely version of GranTurismo. Despite the charming appearance, the interior of the car was made in a minimalist style.
The front of the car is made in a futuristic, yet recognizable style of the company. The front part of the body received a grille with vertically arranged spokes and head optics from Alfer. The headlights of the car’s head are taken from Maserati Alfieri. The side profile is unique and elegant, while the rear part continues the sporting theme with an aggressive diffuser and thin tail lights.
Salon Maserati Genesis impresses with its own luxury, despite the fact that it is made very minimalist. The upholstery of the seats is made of white leather with blue accents, there is also a multifunction steering wheel and a multimedia system with a large touchscreen. Sergey created virtual reality simulator inside Genesi that allows rider to switch for different modes. It means that even though the car runs on autonomous mode, the rider could still be driving using VR simulator. An advanced VR technology allows the use of windshield into screen and projects the road image for the driver. Driver can also improve their driving skills through the simulator.
Designer Sergey Dvornytskyy
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