“Biomimicry & Mobility : Nature’s Answer to Human Challenges.” which aimed to combine automotive design and technology with inspiration from plants, animals and the natural environment. The goal is to show how the application of nature’s laws to a vehicle can benefit efficiency, comfort, sustainability and distinctive aesthetics.Automobile designers no longer only borrow semantic meaning from planes and missiles. Today, they are looking at more organic, bionic forms to mirror. Car
Designers study the bio mimicry of animals and insects
and indirectly insert the animal’s semantic frame into the
look and feel of the car. It’s not necessary to use the animal’s literal form. The meaning is implied. Body styles have changed in the Modern era. Three types dominate today's market: the hatchback, the sedan, and the sport utility vehicle. All are relatively recent concepts, spurred by an aging, active generation who love to be on the road.