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TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept

TH!NK FROST concept
Make TH!NK
Model FROST
Concept year 2009
Production year -
Engine Electric

The TH!NK FROST concept is a creation of Norwegian designer Anders Gloslie who is currently studying at IED Torino in Italy.

The FROST has been designed as a concept proposal for TH!NK, an electric car company based in Norway.

The styling and exterior design of the TH!NK FROST was inspired by and created to suit arctic climates and conditions. The asymmetrical bodywork was influenced by ice formations and features numerous 'cracks' which hide the lighting systems. This interesting source of natural inspiration also means that the concept takes on different shapes when viewed from different angles.

The layout of the FROST concept mixes the proportions and 2-seat platform of a sports car with the rugged capability of an off-road vehicle. The electric drivetrain of the concept features AWD, all-wheel-steering, fully independent suspension and hydraulic wheel extenders for increasing the track. Not to mention the radical tracks instead of conventional wheels which should offer superior traction when driving on snow, ice and slush.

The huge fans at the back, control air flow into the cockpit and adjust the temperature of the electric motors and battery packs. Also featuring at the rear is an "information hose" which arcs out of the rear bodywork. This hose takes measurements of the weather and temperature and relays the information to screens both inside and outside the vehicle.

The TH!NK FROST is a innovative and strikingly styled vehicle quite different from anything else. The proposed market is be for exploration teams and private individuals who want an extreme vehicle for traveling through intense winter conditions.


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