Car Roof Covered In Golf Ball-Like Dimples Increases Speed [Pics]

Car Roof Covered In Golf Ball-Like Dimples Increases Speed [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Dimitri Bez's concept car is solar-powered and features a roof beveled like golf balls to reduce drag and boosts efficiency.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 august 2012

French designer Dimitri Bez has proposed a solar-powered concept car with a roof covered in dimples, inspired by a golf ball. Hexa’s unique roof surface is said to make it more aerodynamic; reducing vehicle drag, increasing the efficiency of the solar power, and helping to limit any heat transfer. Click thorugh to see pictures of this concept design:

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