Thursday, June 23, 2011

Jeep Survivor Concept

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="581" caption="The recently released Jeep Survivor Concept is an aggressive, yet attractive take on classic off-road vehicle design."][/caption]

If this Jeep looks like it would be more at home on the set of "Jurassic Park" than in your garage, well, we wouldn't exactly blame you.


This Jeep is an off-road vehicle concept designed by Max Ostap for the Art Center College of Design.


This Survivor Concept most closely recalls the Jeep Bantam from World War II, but if we're being honest with ourselves, this Jeep concept is in a league all its own - a crucial marker for originality in the sometimes over-saturated world of automotive concepts.


The concept has a level of masculine ruggedness blended with a futuristic style that lends a certain classic beauty to this off-road vehicle. The Survivor's notable features include an integrated roof mounted spare, front bull bar and a pickup-like rear tray.


What do you think of the Jeep Survivor Concept? Is it too beautiful to be rugged? Too futuristic to be beautiful? Would you use this as an off-road vehicle?




[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Sketches of the Jeep Survivor Concept by Max Ostap for the Art Center College of Design."][/caption]

3 comments:

  1. wow this Jeep Survivor Concept is so nice and i am so happy that you are share this information to all....

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  2. this is so true that a crucial marker for originality in the sometimes over-saturated world of automotive concepts.

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  3. Ouch! Those crappy New Jeep Sales, Chryslers are picked fresh from the lemon trees right out of the factory. I've owned Chrysler products in the past and I learned a costly lesson in doing so. The 300 is barely passable in the looks department in stock form, but allow some tasteless, common folks to "personalize" one of those cars and you've got some serious visual pollution rolling around. What's worse are the retards and their boom-mobiles with 20 inch woofers stuffed in the trunk. It's too bad that Chrysler still can't manage to build a quality product, and that most of their products are stigmatized with that ghetto, gang-banger image.

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