Abarth Scorp-Ion by IED Design students

Envisioned as a futuristic coupe, the Scorp-Ion is the brainchild of IED student Emre Husmen.

The students from IED's Master of Arts in Transportation Design are returning to the Gevena Motor Show with the stunning Abarth Scorp-Ion concept.

Created under the supervision of Pininfarina's Luca Borgogno and Maserati's Luigi Giampaolo, the Scorp-Ion is the brainchild of Emre Husmen who envisions the two-seater as a futuristic coupe that measures 4010mm long, 1900 wide, and 1190mm tall.

While the car is nothing more than a pipe dream, Husmen says the Scorp-Ion would be motivated by four electric motors that draw power from a trunk-mounted lithium-ion battery.

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Motor show Geneva Motor Show
Article type Artist Renderings
Tags 2011 geneva motor show, abarth, abarth scorp-ion, emre husmen, ied, ied design, scorp-ion