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  • A Pre-Historic Collaboration with Crawley Creatures

    Envisage were approached by Crawley Creatures to manufacture a model of a dinosaur for Travelling Show, Dinosaurs in the Wild. We joined as a model-making partner to make a full size, 5-meter Dakotaraptor, which was exhibited in cities across the country. To make the model, lightweight foam was computer numerical control (CNC) machined. To make the full model, the data was broken down to make machinable pieces; for example, the head was split into separate parts, legs were split into two and...

    A Pre-Historic Collaboration with Crawley Creatures

    • Written by Charlotte Cooley
    • February 2, 2024
  • AC 289 Cobra Chassis No. 6101 Part 1: Classic Restoration and Precision Metalwork

    As one of the UK’s leading classic car restoration companies, we are trusted by our clients to recreate their cars to their exact specifications. We were approached by a client to complete the body of an original AC Cobra, while preserving the original condition of the car. This particular classic, COB6101, was the first of the last series of Cobras, the Mark III/289. They were built with the coil-sprung 427 chassis, the narrow-hip 427 body style, a Ford 289 cubic-inch high performance engine...

    AC 289 Cobra Chassis No. 6101 Part 1: Classic Restoration and Precision Metalwork

    • Written by Charlotte Cooley
    • January 9, 2024
  • A Collaboration with Crawley Creatures

    Envisage were approached by Crawley Creatures to manufacture bespoke commissions for a museum in Kuwait. We joined as model-making partners to make a range of bespoke, full-size marine animals to go in the Natural History Museum: Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre. Realistic life size models of sharks, a saltwater crocodile, a giant squid and a 5m manta ray were manufactured by Envisage. They were computer numerical control (CNC) machined models made from a lightweight foam. To make the...

    A Collaboration with Crawley Creatures

    • Written by Charlotte Cooley
    • December 12, 2023
  • Envisage Upgrade Aerodynamics to Help Beat 300mph Record

    Envisage is committed to supporting customers to deliver their vision for their projects, this continues to be the case with the collaboration of the Rayo by 7X Design. Their goal is to have the fastest, coach-built supercar, breaking the record of 300mph. Officially the car has reached 262mph, but has accomplished 278mph unofficially, at the IDIADA in Spain. Initially, Envisage were contacted by 7X Design to work together in developing an aerodynamic body for the Rayo. At this stage, Envisage...

    Envisage Upgrade Aerodynamics to Help Beat 300mph Record

    • Written by Charlotte Cooley
    • November 24, 2023
  • A Seat for Technical Demonstration

    Collaboration between the different departments at Envisage is central to almost every project. The technical demonstrator is a collaboration between Electronic Research and Development and our in-house Trim Studio. This is through the making of a seat that has the ability to move autonomously exhibiting the skill of our electrical engineers, and trimmed with different styles, showing the skill of our trim specialists. Electronic Research & Development A key feature of the technical...

    A Seat for Technical Demonstration

    • Written by Charlotte Cooley
    • November 14, 2023
  • From Concept to Customer

    Since its launch the Lynk & Co 01 has set a new standard for automotive brands across the globe. The car people now drive was once just a concept model, designed by the Lynk & Co design team (which has its global design operations in Gothenburg, Sweden) and engineered and manufactured by Envisage Technologies in Coventry, United Kingdom. About the Concept Envisage were approached by Lynk & Co with the idea of making a concept car which would be a complete inside-out model, with a...

    From Concept to Customer

    • Written by Charlotte Cooley
    • September 1, 2023
  • Autocar – Car of the Future

    The idea for what became a 3-part story in Autocar, was born during a visit by the Editor-in-Chief on a visit to Envisage. They were keen to investigate what it would be like to create from scratch a new people’s car for 2025 and beyond, to understand the challenges and processes involved. This would provide insights for the reader about how a car is created and the depth of expertise it entails. How can a shared or owned vehicle in the future still maintain a sense of individuality but allow...

    Autocar – Car of the Future

    • Written by Stuart Smith
    • June 2, 2023