Coachbuilding has a long history and tradition that stretches back over 100 years. In the early motoring days, when series production did not yet exist, the process of acquiring a new vehicle involved purchasing a chassis. After that, the customer approached a carrozzeria or coachbuilder, requesting a personal body design to be fitted on the chassis.
The renaissance of coachbuilding
Coachbuilding has always been synonymous elegance, quality and technical innovation. Above all, coachbuilding by Niels van Roij Design offers traditional values and know-how, combined with top-level expertise and state-of-the-art computer and design technology. In other words, the renaissance of coachbuilding is here.
How could I commission a coachbuilt car at Niels van Roij Design?
Contact Niels van Roij Design via the contact form at the bottom of this page.
We can then schedule a phone call or meet in person (on appointment) in our studio in Kaeve, Uden, The Netherlands.
Niels van Roij Design Kaeve Industrielaan 11 5405 AA Uden
What is the indicative investment for designing and making a coachbuilt motorcar?
An indication of the investment comes from an exploratory conversation that can be held in our design studio, where we discuss your goals, the amount of work that needs to be done and the typology of conversion you have in mind.
You determine the budget yourself by deciding on the base vehicle and your wishes regarding coachbuilding activities.
How long does it take to design and coachbuilt a one-off vehicle?
Usually between 12-24 months. All is depending on your ideas, the complexity of the base vehicle and requested design.
For instance: do you envision a full rebody and new interior design or a part-only exterior conversion.
Which car design typologies and base vehicles is Niels van Roij Design familiar with?
The past 10 years we have gained experience with all types of brands, wishes and ideas. From compact part-conversions, to more outspoken full re-bodiess.
We have worked on British SUVs, American electric cars, Italian sportscars and many more.
Where do I find information on the Niels van Roij Design portfolio of projects and ideas?