MAGNA 2032 ACCESS DETROIT

Our brief was to solve a problem related to transportation and the daily lives of those who are affected by the metro Detroit area. I chose to focus on the family commuter.

Families need vehicles that can carry all of the things that they need to get around. But often times, those who commute in the city are stuck with their large family vehicles and waste valuable time and energy trying to find a place for them to park. I wanted to design a vehicle that can easily change sizes to accommodate the customer’s needs. Varying in size and orientation, the vehicle has both on the go and modular accommodations for the customer.

Department>

Art + Design

 

Program>

Transportation Design [BS]

 

Course>

TD Studio 4E

Collaboration with>

Magna

Contact

hdrake@Ltu.edu

LinkedIn

Instagram: @hunter0310

 

Hunter Drake

Hunter is a sophomore in Transportation Design. He integrates his passion for future technologies and pushing the boundaries while staying technical enough to be feasible. He loves product design and integrating that passion into his automotive designs. He is a firm believer in hard work and leadership through team work.

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Special thanks to: Asst. Prof. Bilge Nur Saltik, Prof. Jenna Walker, Gabrielle Larkin, Evelyn Herrmann