EV Render Combines Most Common Styling Features

EV Render Combines Most Common Styling Features

The resulting imaginary vehicle might appear overly plain to earn the title of “the ultimate EV.”

Frequent complaints about the unremarkable design of modern cars, especially evident in electric vehicles (EVs), have spurred digital designers to create a “blueprint for the ultimate EV.” This endeavor involves incorporating the most common design elements found in popular zero-emission production models.

This initiative and the accompanying visual representations are credited to GridServe, a sustainable energy company. The study delved into the analysis of the 60 most popular electric vehicles from an EV database. These vehicles were assessed to determine whether their exterior designs encompassed the top 10 frequently used features.

EV Render Combines Most Common Styling Features
EV Render Combines Most Common Styling Features

An astonishing 85% of the aforementioned EVs featured a covered grille adorned with a pattern, while 70% included essential aerodynamic wheel covers. A commendable 58% sported blue and silver accents on their bodywork, effectively conveying their emissions-free nature. Similarly, an equal percentage boasted a diffuser at the rear, enhancing both sporty aesthetics and aerodynamic efficiency.

As anticipated, the majority (55%) of the scrutinized EVs belonged to the SUV category, reflective of the prevailing preference among buyers. Nearly half (47%) of the contenders incorporated the prevalent full-width LED taillights. Smooth surfacing (42%), flush door handles (40%), a grille-less facade (27%), and slim headlights (20%) were also prominent trends gaining traction.

The generic EV concept was envisioned in a shade of gray, the most popular color in the UK market for five consecutive years. When it came to naming the fictional creation, artificial intelligence suggested the moniker “ElectronX,” which seems aptly generic for this imaginative exploration. While the dimensions of digital renderings aren’t constrained by reality, the ElectronX was conceived with a length of 4,590 mm (180.7 inches), positioning it within the compact SUV segment, and boasting a drag coefficient of 0.27 cd.

If one were to assign a brand to the ElectronX, Mercedes might be a fitting choice, as its profile and rear design could seamlessly blend with a similarly sized EQA SUV from the German automaker. Nevertheless, it must be admitted that the front view appears uninspiring at best. Thankfully, this particular fictional EV is destined to remain just that—fictional—and will not see the light of production.

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