The Tallal concept is a self-initiated design study by Industrial & Product designer Sofian Tallal on general aesthetics of automotive design.
According to Sofian, it is based on the analysis of consumer-feedback and the public's perceptions and ideas of what a good car design is, the vehicle was designed using shapes and forms that are most commonly appreciated by the general public - as opposed to the design-oriented and design-educated society that tends to dictate some of the automotive industry's most prominent trends and styles.
(source: Sofian Tallal)
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