Beachcomber Concept Car by MINI

Skott L. | 9:47 PM | 2 comments



Concept Car by MINI

The MINI Beachcomber Concept is a four-seater concept car designed consistently for maximum driving pleasure, taking up the enhanced options of the new MINI and combining these potentials with the vision of a radically open body concept.

Designed for maximum pleasure, and integrating with the surrounding, the Beachcomber Concept does without doors, a conventional roof and all other body elements which might possibly limit the intensity of the occupants' encounter with their surrounding world. This makes the passengers one harmonious entity communicating directly with their surroundings – whether cruising through town, enjoying rough tracks in the mountains, or breezing along the beach.

Again, MINI is expanding their model range through the unconventional creativity of MINI design team.

Concept Car by MINI
Concept Car by MINI
Concept Car by MINI
Concept Car by MINI

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Removing the doors would definately raise some safety issues... How are those solved.
    - But more importantly, why would a designer remove the doors on a car as a concept and keep the body almost identical to a regular car where the doors have been removed. I am surprised to see the extremely poor integration of the idea into this concept car. The design line around the "door" opening are in almost no way shaped with the freedom that comes with the no doors concept... The designers have all possible options of rethinking entry into the car, and yet they choose to do a square door-hole... sigh!

  2. Tonsgaard says:

    Removing the doors would definately raise some safety issues... How are those solved.
    - But more importantly, why would a designer remove the doors on a car as a concept and keep the body almost identical to a regular car where the doors have been removed. I am surprised to see the extremely poor integration of the idea into this concept car. The design line around the "door" opening are in almost no way shaped with the freedom that comes with the no doors concept... The designers have all possible options of rethinking entry into the car, and yet they choose to do a square door-hole... sigh!

    Tonsgaard