Burton Elementz : 2007

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The Elementz is a concept Kitcar based on the Citroen 2CV platform and created by Rob Wolkers, an engineer from Netherlands. It has won the Burton Design Contest 2007 and the SolidWorks Product Design Contest 2007.

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The Elementz concept by Rob Wolkers was selected among 60 entries and resulted the grand winner of the design challenge started by Burton Car, a Dutch kitcar maker.

More recently it was awarded the first prize in the Model category at the SolidWorks Product Design Contest 2007.

The Elementz is based on the Citroen 2CV frame and engine.

The Burton Elementz was designed by Rob Wolkers, an engineer at Naber Plastics B.V., a Netherlands-based plastics injection-molding company, specializing in the production of multimedia packaging.

As Rob explains, "My design key was maximizing the fun and driving-experience. To get the most of those out of this platform it is kept as light as possible and extremely open to make it a sensational ride."

(Image Courtesy: Rob Wolkers)

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