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Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept

Maserati GT Garbin concept interior

Maserati GT Garbin concept interior
Make Maserati
Model GT Garbin
Concept year 2011
Production year theoretical 2020
Engine V12








The Maserati GT Garbin concept was developed by a trio of graduating designers studying Transportation Design at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy. The designers are; Jaime Cervates (Mexico), Andrea Coccia (Italy) and Chetan Rajput (India).

The Maserati GT Garbin was conceived for the year 2020, and although it's design was partially inspired by the Maserati Ghibli from the 60s and 70s, the team were keen to make sure the concept looked to the future and didn't have a strong retro vibe - which it certainly doesn't!

The name "Garbin" comes from a westerly summer wind that occurs in Italy.

Other influences for the GT Garbin concept came from the fashion world, namely the Armani Collection Privé 2010, which uses discontinuous shapes and luminescent fabrics. This inspiration gives the bodywork of the car a dynamic, floating appearance which is also designed to recall the dramatic, futuristic shapes of the opera house in the Spanish city of Valencia.

Both the interior and exterior of the Maserati GT Garbin concept use numerous blue-LED lights to highlight various surfaces and control interfaces.

The GT Garbin's doors open in a unique way by moving outward, then sliding forward. This creates a large opening for entry and exit, while also keeping the width of the car to a minimum.

The interior of the Maserati GT Garbin concept has room for four adults. A long piano-black center console bisects the cockpit and houses many of the vehicle's controls, like AC, navigation, and entertainment system.

Because the project was sponsored by FIAT, and their brief stated that the concept must be based on the same platform as the Maserati GranTurismo, the proposed drivetrain of the GT Garbin features the same 4.7 litre V8 as the production car.


About the designers:

Jaime Cervantes graduated from the Masters course in Transportation Design at the Politecnico di Milano, with experiences in OEM companies and a Degree in Industrial Design from the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes in Mexico.
Email: jcm27td@hotmail.com
Blog: jaime-cervantes.blogspot.com

Andrea Coccia graduated from the Master in Transportation Design at the Politecnico di Milano, with experience on 3D modeling and virtual prototyping and an Architecture degree in Italy.
Email: andrea.coccia1@hotmail.it

Chetan Rajput graduated from the Master in Transportation Design at the Politecnico di Milano, with experience on 3D modeling and virtual prototyping and an Engineering degree in India.
Email: Chetansinghrajput@rediffmail.com


Source: all images supplied by Jaime Cervantes


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