Designed by Mark Przeslawski and Hanan Qattan as a part of their Transport Design Course at Coventry University, the ESC (Electric Super Car) is a concept vehicle, based on the principles of supercar design, which replaces the loud, raucous engine with a silent and refined one, without compromising on the power. The super car features a unique design to encapsulate the driver in its single-seat interior that not only keeps the driver in an ideal position but also doubles as the chassis and safety device running through the whole body of the vehicle. Presenting organic, fluid bodywork to highlight its sustainable drivetrain, the ESC also touts a “bionic weave” or aerodynamic structure to improve the performance. Here is how Przeslawski describes the vehicle:
Aesthetically the vehicle is not loud and aggressive like super cars as we know them today, the surface language of the ESC is silent, pure and sculpturally embodies the driver. The innovative ‘wings’ protrude from within the organic shell to actively give the vehicle down-force/lift to obtain maximum speed both through corners and on the flats.