A provocatively shaped limousine is the Triagmos, a laboratory on wheels whose parentage is strictly mathematical. For Piero Carcerano, the Triagmos is less a product than the demonstration of a method.

Seen at the Milan Design in Motion Show, the Triagmos challenges tradition. The originality of the approach resides in the fact that it allows the design team to intervene from the vantage point of a “steering platform” at any stage in the development of a new car. With its unconventional shapes, its powerful muzzle, its sleek profile and its pronounced aerodynamic muscle, the Triagmos is bound to get noticed.

“The cars of today”, explains Carcerano, “are all either angular or rounded. The Triagmos, I feel, gets beyond all that, because its appearance changes as you approach it from different angles”.

So why did he do it? Here’s the key to the entire enterprise: “We did the whole thing in just two months, a Guinness-class record and we did it all on the computer without the slightest contribution from pencil and paper”.

The article continues in Auto & Design no. 128

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