Scion specialists have created a new special model, the Scion Exile. The model is able to offer passengers and driver the experience of their lives no matter if where you are driving is on a sandy beach or snowy slopes. The new car looks a lot like the expensive and impractical exotic cars. The trunk doubles its size because of a moveable cargo pod that can be extended and lowered as a portable mobile storage locker. We have to admit that the car offers us a lot of possibilities concerning things to do during a day and so, the Exile is ready for all of them.
The Scion Exile is designed to whisk its individualistic occupants to the snowy slopes, sandy beaches and hip nightlife all in the same day. To appeal to the upscale/sport crowd, the cab-forward Exile is proportioned similar to that of more expensive and impractical exotic sports cars, yet with a go anywhere attitude. A clever trunk doubles as a moveable cargo pod that can be extended, lowered and wheeled as a portable mobile storage locker. With so many activities to choose from in a single day, the Scion Exile accommodates all LA has to offer.
Calty Design Research
Designer: Matt Sperling
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