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    I would think that the adoption of this type of preformed interior tub would make the installation of higher scale interior of a street car much more possible, while its exclusion in the race car would facilitate the needs of a race car.



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    Quote Originally Posted by phun-ky View Post
    This is one properly bonkers race car interior! <img src="http://noble-speed.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=8659"/> Aston Martin Vulcan...
    I have an interior rendering of the hvr. It looks a lot like the Vulcan.
    Ill post it when I get to my main computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phun-ky View Post
    This is one properly bonkers race car interior! <img src="http://noble-speed.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=8659"/> Aston Martin Vulcan...
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    Filip,
    We drew this a while back. Notice the similarities.
    It's on the edgy side of design, but that's what these cars are about.
    We decided to go with AIM stack, so our interior is rather simple and less cluttered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhii View Post
    I would think that the adoption of this type of preformed interior tub would make the installation of higher scale interior of a street car much more possible, while its exclusion in the race car would facilitate the needs of a race car.
    That's a GREAT idea!!!! It also seals the interior better.
    This gives me some design ideas! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhii View Post
    I would think that the adoption of this type of preformed interior tub would make the installation of higher scale interior of a street car much more possible, while its exclusion in the race car would facilitate the needs of a race car.








    Bodhii,

    I looked through our 3d model files and we do have a monocoque design. Racing speciline requires metal bulk-heads, so we opted to seal the balance of the interior with sheet metal for compliance reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoover View Post
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    Filip,
    We drew this a while back. Notice the similarities.
    It's on the edgy side of design, but that's what these cars are about.
    We decided to go with AIM stack, so our interior is rather simple and less cluttered.
    Oh yeah, that looks similar! I'm sure you could make that work with AIM stack as well. It seems Vulcan has a center display as well.
    I had a chance to sit in AM One-77 but the center waterfall was almost too much. But the doors were just delightful. Very light, CF shell inside with cool openers, perfectly balanced. They just stayed wherever you put them...

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    I remade the interior of the noble, I went for subtle so that you would stubble to see it was different in truth I remade almost everything.

    Dash, I cut the top of the dash of, smoother it out and made a carbon binnacle... the centre section was cut of and grafted on at a different angle so I could fit a full size double din stereo.











    Door crds I simply had the winder removed and upulstered them in leather along with carbon look leather.



    Seats I made completely my own design from scratch, i wanted them light, fitted my body shape better (shoulders) and gave me more headroom and bolted straight to the adjusters. I used some different carbon raw materials to give it some unique character.






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    Andy, top notch work as always, where or where do you find the time .......... !

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