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TVR Artemis

TVR Artemis

TVR Artemis

TVR Artemis

TVR Artemis

TVR Artemis

TVR Artemis interior

TVR Artemis sketches
Make TVR
Model Artemis
Concept year 2009
Production year -
Engine Fuel cell with 4 electric motors

The TVR Artemis concept is the creation of Niels van Roij a graduate of the Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands. The Artemis concept was developed during his final year at the Academy.

Despite the fact TVR went into bankruptcy in 2006 Niels chose to base his project on the brand due to the unique style of the company. Unlike many sports car manufacturers who develop angular, muscular and very masculine products, most of TVR's offerings have curvaceous and graceful lines. Although the Sagaris is anything but graceful!

Van Roij said of the concept; "Feminine curves are found throughout the design of Artemis. For instance, the typical TVR slit at the door continues gracefully in the A-pillar. This three dimensional approach to shut lines can be found as well at the nose and rear end of the car. The slits hide the head- and taillights. During the day you will see clean body work, at night unique LED signature lighting. The interior styling is executed likewise. The controls are hidden in openings in the dashboard, so the surfaces stay clean."

The drivetrain of the TVR Artemis concept consists of four in-hub electric motors (one for each wheel), powered by hydrogen fuel cells. This solution offers low weight, because of the lack of heavy engine and fluids, and rapid acceleration due to the fact electric motors deliver instantaneous power.

Up front a spoiler system hidden under the bumper increases downforce over the front axle and also routes cooling air to the fuel cells and electric motors.


Portfolio: Nielsvanroij.nl



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