Welcome to the new Gravity GZ2 Dynamic! Out of all the Gravitys I have made, the GZ2 is the only one I have really been happy with, so I though I might as well make an updated baby version!
This particular model is made to rival the Porsche Cayman and Lotus Evora.
Thanks for viewing :)
About this creation
Because you all loved it so much ;)
So, as I said, this model is a baby version to rival the Porsche Cayman and Lotus Evora. It has a hybrid 4 cylinder engine with an electric motor, and an electronically controlled 4 wheel drive system spreading power efficiently to each wheel, giving each wheel a customised amount of power to aid steering. The amount of power sent to each wheel changes electronically to aid different conditions and different corner intensities. Not only does this make the car as efficient as possible, but it makes it very quick through cornering and launches.
The car is also shaped aerodynamically, making it travel through air easier, giving it maximum potential to use all of its power efficiently.
The small exterior mirrors are as thin as possible, again to aid aerodynamics so the shape of the car is not interrupted.
The rear has a small diffuser surrounding the exhaust, to create a nice flow around the underside of the car.
The roof of the car has been sculpted again to create a nice flow around the shape of the car.
The car is also made of carbon fibre, to keep the weight low and to make the structure strong, because the car is basically made up of three pieces, if it wasn't made from carbon fibre, the structure would be much weaker and the front and back pieces would be crushed in a crash.
Butterfly doors, because all Gravitys must have them!
Those trademark Gravity lights.
The front opens up in one piece, so there are minimal shut lines and gaps, that could interrupt the aerodynamics.
It also creates quite a large trunk space.
The back opens up in a similar manner, again to try and avoid unnecessary gaps in the bodywork!
Here is the compact 4 cylinder engine and battery hybrid. It is all made as compact as possible to create as much storage space around the car as possible, making it a usable car for day to day things like shopping.
Well, if you are wondering where all this extra space is, here is an extra trunk in a separate compartment from the engine!
The interior looks quite simple, but it has an LED strip, visible along the bottom of the dash, you can change the light settings with the on-board computer.
The seats are inspired by modern, contemporary art, making the interior artistic and more homely to drive in compared to the rest of the technological workings of the car.
The front and rear of the car can also be removed, giving maximum accessibility to the inner workings of the car for things such as track days.
The compact hybrid engine in closer detail, there really isn't much to see, most of it is all covered up, but you don't necessarily need to see it because you can change all the settings of the engine via the on-board computer.
The front and rear body panes are made as one piece, to try and keep weight of the car down.
The LED lights on the rear.
Intakes in the front wings.
Intakes on the rear wings. The intakes don't just feed air into the car, they look cool, and keep the weight down at the same time.
Curved roof, carefully sculpted to optimise aerodynamics.
This front intake has a lip created to send air off in a specific direction, again sculpted to aid the aerodynamics of the car.
Well, there you have it! The Gravity made for all situations, day to day, or weekend :)
Please let me know what you think!
Quite an interesting design for a car. Especially the back end, and the upwards-folding doors, and the hood, and.... For clarification, this is an original concept, right? Because I didn't see anything with this name when I searched it.
I HAS A PROBLEM!!! my camera has saved mt viper video as a 'mpg' file (a bit of a pun.my viper's mpg is ... about 3) and MOCpages doesn't allow this. as you have a video, i'm wondering if you can help. please tell me here; http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/373541 . thanks man. ; )
Cool stuff. Very unique design! Not my personal favorite of yours, to me it looks like the fenders are too wide compared to how wide the passenger compartent is, but that's just me! :) I like your photography, it has improved greatly in this MOC! :D Do you remember Vortex's attempt at this segment? http://mocpages.com/moc.php/362746 4/5 from me. :)
I have to agree with Alexander -- At first I thought that the profile looked a little weird, especially from the side, but then it grew on me. The details on this one are magnificent, as usual. I really like the oversized air scoops/brake vents.
at first the side view looked kind of weird, but after some seconds it looked like it fits perfectly with this car. The inusitade angles, the agressive style and the aerodynamic shape are all amazing! Long life to Gravity!
looks like the Lotus Elise has a rival... ;D at first i wasn't too sure, but after a while it looks nice! great building techniques and parts usage! i'm currently building a super car of my own design right now! LDD is finally working on my laptop again so i dn't have to use the family pc, i can build to my hearts content!!