Renault 8 Gordini Is Redesigned in 2 Versions by Andrus Ciprian

Submitted by Andrus Ciprian, this concept car is based on the classic Renault Gordini R8. It’s a design study aims to give modern look to this vintage car.

Passionate and inspired by retro cars, I’ve created a concept for Renault that is inspired by the old Renault Gordini R8(R10) model. From the beginning it can be noted that there are 2 versions of cars both with two doors.

I’ve wanted to give the model a new image in order to highlight its “moments of glory” when it was always present on the rally track. I felt that Renault needs a model with two doors, a rebirth in this form. The new concept keeps the engine in the rear location (perhaps a collaboration with Porsche :)). Old design elements are refined and combined with new design elements that are found in the new models from Renault.

Designer : Andrus Ciprian

Version 1

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 1 by Andrus Ciprian

The second version of the concept (the concept with the white roof) lends an element of design from the Mini Cooper coupe model. By introducing this element of design I’ve imagined creating a new class of rallies that keeps certain forms (templates) – generally found at NASCAR car models, which are made after a particular form or after certain guide lines.

Version 2

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 12 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 2 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 2 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 2 by Andrus Ciprian

Renault 8 Gordini Concept Car Version 2 by Andrus Ciprian

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