Afghanistan engineering company Entop hopes to start sales of their new Simurgh supercar. The company focuses on providing mechanical designs and manufacturing high quality and cost efficient solutions for it’s customers.
Their latest design Simurgh was among the supercars being launched in Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) in Doha, Qatar between 6th to 9th October 2023. GIMS Qatar partnered with Qatar Auto Museum (QAM) and Car Designs News (CDN) in an event that was held at the convention center.
Simurgh got a spectacular glance from the attendees as it was among the supercars being launched. At a first glance it resembles a bat mobile, it has a sharp front, large black alloy wheels, flared fenders and sculpted side profile with wide air intake, glossy LED tail lights and bold looking rear diffuser.
The first Simurgh car was launched and used UAE in 2017, “Partnering with Qatar Auto Museum (QAM) and Car Design News (CDN), GIMS Qatar 2023 explores the future of car design, hosting a curated and selected set of discussions that specifically explore the potential for bold new design directions for luxury and supercars. “Expect a rich program of scheduled content and an exclusive line-up of speakers, disruptive dialogues and cross-disciplinary thinking to breakout of comfortable silos. Bringing together talents and leaders from the automotive industry, design studios, luxury brands and beyond, join us in the stunning surrounds of the National Museum of Qatar and get inspired!,” said the GIMS forum.
Among the panelists were Felix Kilbertus – Chief Creative Officer, Pininfarina Young Kwang Nam (YK) – Lead Interior Designer, Bentley Motors, Dale Harrow – Chair and Director Intelligent Mobility, Royal College of Art, Sasha Selipanov – Founder/Head of Design, Hardline27 LLC, Daniel Darancou – Vice President of Design, Qiantu EV and finally Guy Donovan Burgoyne MA – Design Leader/Expert.
“How will changing consumer desires and new technology shape the future of luxury car design? The definition of luxury is changing with traditional materials under question, and new technology such as autonomous driving offering a first-class plane lounge experience. What then, will the future of luxury look like and how will designers respond?,” asked the panel discussion.
Qatar Auto Museum (QAM) is expected to open in 2026 and it will serve as a hub for culture and innovation by exhibiting most vibrant and passionate car cultures communities in the world.
Edited by Judy J. Rotich and Newsdesk Manager
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