Asylum was approached to create clear replacement body panels for a Nissan e-NV200. This allowed the engine, batteries and space in the back of the van to be displayed in a novel way.
A combination of engineers and model makers were needed to complete the pristine finish. Parts of the car were carefully dismantled for precision cutting and for moulding. These were used to fabricate vac form tools for the final perspex pulls. Once pieced together, the polishing began until all the plastics were flawlessly clear.
The electric car came for a second stage fitting some months later, where more of the innards were revealed with further clear panels.