You need one of these, because they are so amazing at sight. You should have one also, because it is the wildest bastard brother of Plymouth Prowler.
You need it, because it’s stinking fast! You also need it because no matter whether you are sitting at a red light or in a crowded parking with Lambos and Ferrari, this car will be the one everyone is looking for!
Hemisfear is the culmination of a personal dream for 16 years from Chip. In 1990, at his senior year, Chip and his colleagues from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California were presented with project for graduation sponsored by Chrysler. They had to design a vehicle for niche market. Chip took a little twist on the concept, he wanted to create a new one, which is not designed for existing market.
With its unique style, Chip 1: 5 scale model of Hemisfear won significant recognition, and even was featured in issue of Hot Rod. He also became the best inspiration for the Plymouth prowler, according to a careful study of the two is going to show many similarities in design. OEMs now recognized the need to comply with these “hot rod” niche vehicles that were made as a PT Cruiser and Chevrolet HHR, Chevrolet SSR, available to consumers.
Chip actually started building the chassis for the real version of Hemisfear while working for Boyd Coddington, but there was never enough time to complete the project. All this changed in 2005 when Chip signed diecast toy RC2 Corp., which also includes start-up capital to complete construction of Hemisfear. The whole car was designed on the computer for the first time with CAD drawings. The original scale model was digitized version and a full-size computer-milled foam. Then the foam is used as a vapor to form a body of carbon fiber.