Face Value Emotional Concept Car

The automotive industry finds itself on a constant change, trying to keep up and adapt to the customer needs, this way creating a stronger bondage between the car and its driver. In order to bring closer “the man and the machine”, an attempt was made by Lukas Rittwage from Hochshule Anhalt, Germany, who wanted to incorporate emotional abilities in automobiles.

The car was an attempt to find that perfect balance between quality, ergonomics and comfort combined with the human senses and emotions. As humans tend to be more interconnected with their vehicles the evolution line seems to point out the Face Value as an extension of the self. Hence Rittwage dreamed the concept in a functional and cost-effective manner.

Rittwage tried to display that cars could be made to emote like humans, particularly with careful and detailed designing. His concept could showcase emotions based on the input information, signals and emotions from the driver. The frontal fascia of the Face Value concept has incorporated a range of emotions using mobile LED strips that could be directed by the movement and stress of the driver, as related by

Without question this concept could be a human-like appearance when in traffic, but will also help the driver to have a better feel of the car, which he could genuinely refer to as a true extension of itself. It the auto industry would develop in this direction it would bring back the human touch which has been lost somehow on nowadays vehicles.
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