Mazda Deep Orange 3 Concept by Clemson University automotive engineering students

Clemson University in South Carolina, US has unveiled completed Deep Orange 3 concept vehicle, conceived and engineered by Clemson University automotive engineering students.

Power comes from a hybrid powertrain that automatically chooses front-, rear- or all-wheel drive. The petrol engine powers front wheels and the rear is powered by an electric motor and a battery pack.

The Deep Orange 3 features an unusual three-plus-three layout and its body panels are designed by student Frederick Naaman at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

Students in Clemson’s graduate automotive engineering program experience in vehicle design, development, prototyping and production planning. Each year, a prototype vehicle is developed with a new market focus and technical objectives.

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