Air Drive Futuristic Car Photography by Renaud Marion

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Gaining inspiration from the animated futuristic world of Hanna-Barbera’s The Jetsons, this series of “tireless and rimless” vehicles is an awesome project.

Fittingly titled ‘Air Drive,’ the series was captured by French photographer Renaud Marion. The collection features a small collection of classic automobiles including Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz cars.  The concept of the series was to portray how the photographer imagined the 2000s when he was just a young child. Automotive technology may have come leaps and bounds over the years, but we still don’t drive cars like the Jetsons did.

Air Drive Futuristic Car Photography by Renaud Marion (5)

Air Drive Futuristic Car Photography by Renaud Marion (4)

Air Drive Futuristic Car Photography by Renaud Marion (3)

Air Drive Futuristic Car Photography by Renaud Marion (2)

Air Drive Futuristic Car Photography by Renaud Marion (1)

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