RCA's 2009 Vehicle Design Grads Expand the Imagination

Every year, the UK's prestigious Royal College of Art turns out a handful of highly talented graduates from their Vehicle Design program. Their alumni go on to influence the future cars we drive, and they include Peter Stevens, Martin Smith and Peter Horbury, among others.

Below is a sampling of the work of this year's graduates. You can check out the work of the other graduates at the RCA's Show 2009 page.

Hong Yeo
Hong Yeo's Pilkington Award-winning, Lego-inspired Build Your Own Car.

Jonathan Henshall
Jonathan Henshall's concept addresses sustainability.

Jukka Rautiainen's Minilux absorbs solar power through the large roof.

Kyu Han Choi's Icehicle is powered by hydrogen.

Tabitha Purathur's Genome X shows her background in interior architecture and industrial designer.

Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith's Deka benefits from complete biodegradability.

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