Daytona Shooting Brake Hommage car design
Design sketches of the Daytona Shooting Brake Hommage
Dutch car design studio specialised in coachbuilding Niels van Roij Design has released an extensive set of design sketches of the Daytona Shooting Brake Hommage. Dutch designer Niels van Roij is working on something rather special again, after the a selection of unique and striking creations to, including the provocative Breadvan Hommage, Silver Spectre Shooting Brake and Adventum Coupe. On behalf of a customer, Niels van Roij Design is working on a modern tribute to Daytona Shooting Brake. This second Niels van Roij Design Hommage project is an ode to a shooting brake converted Daytona. Van Roij now shares a series of design sketches of the Daytona Shooting Brake Hommage.
Electrically operated butterfly side windows
The Dutch car design studio previously released a handful of sketches of the Daytona Shooting Brake Hommage. Now an additional series of design sketches has been shared with the public through social media and website. These sketches demonstrate various versions of the tribute. In particular, the design of the proportions, surfacing, and graphical elements such as DLO and lighting differs. The Shooting Brake Hommage shares its basis with an Italian V12 motorcar, although that donor car has been considerably redesigned. For example, the Daytona Shooting Brake has a completely new and extended roofline that runs further back and ends in a kind of truncated Kamm tail. Fun fact: the Daytona Shooting Brake Hommage will get a set of remote electrically operated ‘butterfly side windows’.