Automotive Designer, responsible for aesthetics and aerodynamics of automotive. Designing using primarily digital 3D technologies.
A true car is a portrait its driver, without asking "Who is the driver" it can not be successfully designed.
Automotive Design is my passion. I love the God's play of creating and giving a spirit and soul to the car, every line or its absence changes the spirit and character of the car, which is reflecting the owner's character as well. When the design is as it should be, you feel like to behave to the car as it'd be your brother or your lover, not just a toy or even just a way to transport yourselves.
I specialize in the exterior design of vehicles. I am focused on having as well the best aerodynamics possible. The drag coefficient of my concept Tauler is 0.24; Issa (the city bus) is 0.26 - 0.34; Škoda 4-door coupé is 0.27
You can find my design language and styling on exciting vehicles, like the electric hyper sports car Revo E301, the Australian Holden, the German MB CLS, or the Italian compact Manduci il Furfante project, and its clients.
I am leaving here two of a few articles written about me, picking the ones about the Tauler E301 that I designed for REVO Motors:
Yahoo: "Muscle cars can also be described as "soft"? German designer's latest concept of Tauler E301"
Autostation: "Tauler E301 Concept, a new model of sports car That comes with a tough and aggressive look"
Unfortunately, due to NDAs, I signed with my clients, I am not able to show my automotive designs, except a few ones, which are to be found here: http://www.david-stingl.info/albums/94217 - Such designs carry here a by me given name on this website, some of them can be found in the production world under the client's naming.
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Note: artworks that include cars and are not in the "Automotive Design" category (https://david-stingl.info/albums/94217) are not by me designed but modelled and rendered only, the focus of these is the visualization and not the design itself.
Freelancing as an Automotive Designer