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2006 Edag Biwak Half Rounded Beetle Shape has been Converted into an Estate Silhouette Creating Extra Room for Various New Professional and Leisure Applications

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 Manufacture: Edag

2006 Edag Biwak - Front SidePress Release:
The “EDAG Biwak” – a Derivative Concept with the Potential of a Volume Vehicle
For this new EDAG concept car, the classic, half-rounded beetle shape has been converted into an estate silhouette, creating extra room for various new professional and leisure applications. As well as offering the advantages of a marked increase in storage space and greater headroom for the back seat passengers, the the SUV light concept also provides more ground clearance, to enable the driver to take the vehicle off the road or race track. Practical and …

2007 Edag LUV Economical Approach Vehicle Derivative Exclusive All Leather Appointments and Attractive Interior Accessories

Sunday, September 4, 2011 Manufacture: Edag

2007 Edag LUV - Front SidePress Release:
Maritime flair for the road: The Concept Car “EDAG LUV”
A modular vehicle concept celebrates its debut at the Geneva Auto Show
Fulda/Geneva “Cast off!” The new concept car from EDAG Engineering + Design AG will be making its first appearance on March 6, 2007, in Geneva – the “EDAG LUV”. The design concept of the “LUV” is based on an luxury-class SUV and incorporates a maritime look from bow to stern: oiled teakwood on the hood, as the flooring on the interior, and on the elegant cargo area conveys a …

2009 EDAG Light Car Open Source Electric Drive System Compact and Luxury Class

Monday, June 27, 2011 Manufacture: Edag

2009 EDAG Light Car Open Source - Front SidePress Release:
EDAG, worldwide provider of engineering services, will be presenting the world premiere of its vision of an environment-friendly, future-orientated vehicle for everyday and leisure use at this year’s International Motor Show in Geneva.
For the body concept of the “Light Car – Open Source”, EDAG has broken new ground, and for the first time ever in automotive engineering, used ASA.TEC’s innovative basalt fibre, a lightweight, stable and – above all – 100% recyclable material. Propulsion is taken care of by intelligent, electric drive systems in the wheels, which not only …