Based on the traditional characteristics a traditional Alpine car, the zero-emissions vehicle is the experimental combination of a sports car and a hydrogen powertrain.

French car manufacturer Alpine challenged 28 students from IED design a ‘super berlinette’ for the year 2035, mixing both performance and environmental impact.

The team of students used digital tools to design the interior through sketches, 3D models, renderings, animations, and human machine interface development.

Paola Zini, Director of IED Turin, said, “As in previous years, through their most important project, the Masters students have embraced notions of skills transversality and teamwork in a fertile and visionary environment.

“This is part of the IED DNA and will help prepare students for the challenges the industry will face in the future, and serve as a foundation for their professional success.

“Alpine’s contribution was one of passion, enthusiasm, and constant presence, and marks another milestone in international collaboration.”

Antony Villain, Alpine Design Director, added, “Collaboration with the Istituto Europeo di Design and its students has been a great experience.

“It was a ‘filter’ for us to see the brand through the eyes of the younger generation, but it was also an opportunity to share our passion and know-how, and give them sound advice for a successful career in automotive design.”

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