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The three-piece bodywork is made from fiberglass, carbon fiber, and aluminum honeycomb, which sits atop a tubular chassis made mostly from steel with some magnesium bits here and there.
One of his team’s creations, the lightweight 1983 Jeep Cherokee, with its integrated chassis and bodywork, fostered a huge market for the family sport utility vehicle.
The grille has also been integrated into the bodywork, which Rolls-Royce says produces a cleaner look.
Customizers bought cars, stretched their wheelbases, added new bodywork and sold them as trucks.
But there’s a load of function in the Superfast’s extreme styling, and every last intake and vent punched into the bodywork is functional.
Fast facts: The series announced Tuesday that Dallara will be the exclusive bodywork kit provider starting next season. ...
This bodywork is called PAKing, or Pneuma Adaptive Kinesthesia.
Still, at temperatures where metal melts, fire’s bodywork insures that there are no open casket funerals.
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