"The Dymaxion Car "was designed by Buckminster Fuller in the 1933. The three vehicle had rear steering and front-wheel drive powered by a Ford small block V8 engine producing 63 kW. The car could transport up to 11 passengers, reach speeds of up to 140 kph, with a fuel efficiency of 7.8 L/100 km. Buckminster Fuller created the name Dymaxion as a composite of the words ‘dynamic’, ‘maximum’ and ‘ion’, using these as design principles in his industrial designs.



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"The Dymaxion Car "was designed by Buckminster Fuller in the 1933. The three vehicle had rear steering and front-wheel drive powered by a Ford small block V8 engine producing 63 kW. The car could transport up to 11 passengers, reach speeds of up to 140 kph, with a fuel efficiency of 7.8 L/100 km. Buckminster Fuller created the name Dymaxion as a composite of the words ‘dynamic’, ‘maximum’ and ‘ion’, using these as design principles in his industrial designs. is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about Cars and Motorcycles related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.
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