The High Museum of Art, located in Atlanta/Georgia/USA will exhibit innovative “dream cars” hailing from Europe & USA, on behalf of a major exhibition displaying innovation in automotive custom-design. These automotives will represent some of the most extraordinary, ingenious vehicles by Ferrari, Bugatti, General Motors (GM) and Porsche, from early 1930s until the twenty-first century.
More exclusively, the aforementioned car industries are distinguished for their “super-sleek design aesthetics” and advanced progressive engineering, which over-exceeded the restraint of dexterity, imaginativeness and immense evolution in the wider field of the industry.
‘This exhibition presents 17 historic four-wheeled fantasies that push the envelopes of automotive styling, engineering and design to impressive heights. Visual and tactile tributes to ingenuity and imagination, these remarkable cars will intrigue visitors with their audacity, just as they did when they first appeared,” said Ken Gross, automotive consulting curator for “dream cars”.
The current exposition will incorporate every minutiae of legitimate concept drawings and diverse scale models along the side of realized cars. This highlights simultaneously the technique in which their exploratory visualizations have transformed the automobile from an “object of function” to an indication of the future.
“We dream of cars that will float and fly, or run on energy from a laser beam, or travel close to the ground without wheels. Such research may border on the fantastic, but so did the idea of a carriage going about the country without a horse”, comments the Ford Book of Styling, 1963