|The Synthesis of Design and Engineering|
An obvious example of this engineering liberation is the introduction of the revolutionary D-Tek Chassis, which reduces the vehicle weight while greatly increasing torsional rigidity. D-Tek panels are easily assembled without fixtures and address strict requirements to suppress fire and smoke as well as insulate passengers from noise, vibration, and weather.
Click on any picture below to enter a gallery of dozens of drawings, computer renderings, engineering analyses, and photos that show the evolutionary process of moving the Natalia design from initial concept to the factory floor. Many of these images show ideas that were tried but not kept in the final design, while others show how an initial idea was kept, but constantly refined.
There are well over 1,000 images in this collection. We hope they provide with you some insight into how a revolutionary automobile is created.
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