Our designers approach design from a functional standpoint, by creating shapes and spaces that meet the technical requirements of production.Any aesthetic solution is also implicitly a technical and engineering solution, with the final objective being to design a vehicle that can be easily mass-produced.
Starting from the client's brief, styling involves the preparation of sketches and blueprints, for both exteriors and interiors, with the positioning of the various vehicle components and the front and rear variations that determine the shape. Research proceeds with the production of color drawings on a scale of 1:10, including orthogonal projections, either drawn freehand or by using CAS rendering applications. CAD techniques are used to generate three-dimensional virtual models, which also allow for animation, interactive management and real scale movement simulation. These directly produce style models by using digitally controlled milling machines guided by CAM applications that receive data from the virtual surfaces. Finishing touches and modifications are made manually by modelers, who add the value of craftsmanship to technology through attention to fine detail.