Concept car designs are usually the dream of one designer or a team group of designers. It will take a series of sketches and actual scaled
drawings to finish the process of concluding a design on paper. As the work progresses, the designers must carefully evaluate the appearance of
the car's roof line, the hood, the trunk lid, and the shape of the doors. Generally, the design of any concept vehicle follows these same considerations.
Often the designers use already proven engines, transmissions, brakes, and drive train dimensions to work with their designs. New and more innovations
can be worked into the design as time goes on. At some point a decision will be made to build a scale-downed model and then to put together a
full-scale prototype of the car. All this requires a group of people acting as a team and whose continuous input is enticed and required.
Finally, the fun of doing the experimentation work comes to an end and the car with related data is prepared to be revealed to the public. The media is
consulted and facts about the vehicle and how it will reach the public are made known. Hopefully, this will be the beginning of a period of excitement as word
of a new car with updated innovations gives life to possible future sales of that car brand.