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Evo Mobil — Citroën


On the edge of the hy­poth­e­sis and con­tem­po­rary art, this hy­brid ob­ject is based on the ful­fill­ment of a child’s dream with an ob­vi­ous ecological com­mit­ment. In the vo­cab­u­lary of Ora-ïto, we find a re­al as­ser­tion ex­press­ing and re­al­iz­ing the imag­i­na­tive. In­spired by the in­no­va­tive “Trac­tion Avant” from Cit­roën and based on his de­sign­er’s com­pe­tences, Ora-ïto re­flects on the er­go­nomics of the in­te­ri­or of this first mo­d­ule. He has worked on the codes, the DNA and the phi­lo­so­phy of the car in­dus­try to mod­ern­ize it with the ex­ist­ing pos­si­bil­i­ties and tech­nolo­gies.

As­so­ci­at­ed to the re­search and in­no­va­tion de­part­ment of dy­nas­tic Cit­roën, he has de­vel­oped a sur­pris­ing and un­ex­pect­ed sculp­ture join­ing all the pa­ram­e­ters and the tech­nolo­gies ap­pro­pri­ate for the uni­verse of car man­u­fac­tur­ers.

Bap­tized “Evo Mo­bil“, he cre­ates a mono­typ­ic kind, which pos­sess­es only a sin­gle spe­cies. The term “ge­net­ic trans­for­ma­tion“ is used to in­di­cate an ir­re­v­ersi­ble mod­i­fi­ca­tion of the ge­net­ic and hered­i­tary in­for­ma­tion. If the trans­for­ma­tion ar­rives up to cells then, it is passed on to the de­s­cen­dants of the mu­tant in­di­vi­d­u­al.

This change can get a se­lec­tive ad­van­tage. This is the base of the evo­lu­tion pro­cess.