Mono Humster Concept Car by Kevin Boulton

The Mono Humster concept car was designed by Kevin Boulton for the Humster 3D Car Design and Rendering Competition, 2016. The construction is perfect for Formula 1 but the front end of the car is much wider than traditional Formula 1 cars. It looks like if the engine is actually in the front of the rather than behind the diver, as is the case in most F1 automobiles. The car aesthetic definitely looks like a functional hybrid, creating a bridge between hypercars and formula race cars. And of course, this is a perfect 3D. Though this is just a concept car if it’s created it could be one of the most expensive car ever.

Tesla T1 Concept For 24 Hours of Le Mans

Developed for the Michelin Design Challenge 2017, the goal consisted in create a ready to race, winning machine for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Tesla T1 is the creation of a team of designers, that imagined a 2030 Tesla racing car good enough for the Le Mans 24 Hour race. The concept proposal was build up around the idea of using an unlimited power resource as the wind. From this point, everything took up shape starting from the four wheels: they had to serve as energy recovery systems taking advantage of Le Mans average speeds per lap and without depending only in braking regeneration as nowadays. The T1 has four air turbines integrated in the wheels, which are able to redirect the air through specific points crucial in the design: a fifth wind turbine in the body and the rear diffuser. And don’t forget to check our post about the most expensive cars.

Stunning McLaren P1 Supercar

Take a look at the McLaren P1TM, the next generation ultimate supercar from British sports car manufacturer McLaren Automotive. “Designed with one aim in mind, to simply be the best driver’s car in the world, on road and track, the McLaren P1 is one of the decade’s most highly anticipated cars. Inspired by Formula 1 engineering, it will offer exceptional aerodynamics, amazing performance and bespoke design for every owner. McLaren Automotive Regional Director for the Middle East & Africa, Mark Harrison said: “After a successful launch in Bahrain, we are very excited to be bringing the McLaren P1™ to the United Arab Emirates, where our retail partner, Al Habtoor Motors, has confirmed huge interest in this unique car. This year marks our 50th year anniversary, so it is apt that we are gearing up to launch a car that we feel will redefine the parameters for performance, on both circuit and road. This is why we have released these unique and stunning images, taken at the BIC, a location absolutely fitting for this supercar. ”

TAG-Heuer Formula-1 Watch from Peter Vardai

Inspired by the TAG-Heuer Grand Carrera Calibre 36 RS Caliper Chronograph model, designer from Hungary Peter Vardai decided to make his version on Formula-1 and Mercedes-Benz combo. “All over the design one can find references to Formula-1 and Mercedes-Benz. The sport car effect is emphasized by the arms with vivid red inlet. Pressing the buttons on both sides of the Mercedes logo releases the strap. Out of the three middle arms the left one is the tenth, the right one is the hundredth seconds while the bottom one displays the charge of the watch. The button is placed in the first TAG-Heuer logo. The watch is supplied with both a rubber and a metal strap.”