With this, the answer is simple: With a very long, curved arm that goes from the head to the door.
That’s right, the doors are not the only part of the car that should be long and curved. It also needs to be able to close and unlock itself. And to do that, it relies on this ridiculously long, curved arm.
The idea is to create the same kind of thing that a giant snake uses to squeeze itself through its mouth (that is, something much too long for that). When we saw the first rendering of the Lamborghini, we were expecting that it would have this incredibly thin, skinny door with its ridiculously long hinge. Instead, to our dismay, it appears that this is all we are going to get.
So how’s this going to work? Well, as you can see in the pictures above, the doors are actually made from fiberglass, which means that at least some part of this car is aluminum. If that was the end of it, then we don’t really have a problem with the door opening at all as long as it isn’t an extremely stiff, thin, and sharp metal bar.
On the other hand, the doors are made of a more flexible material that is designed not to be the same type of material used the door frame. The key to understanding the problem is how the fiberglass door frame and the doors itself are going to be formed.
To get a good idea of how this new form factor might work, let’s take a look at how this same lamborghini’s doors were designed, from left to right:
1. Lamborghini’s doors are shaped with their curved edge in the back. And this is where the problem occurs. The problem is that the fiberglass frame and the doors are all very precisely connected to each other. This, together with the fact that the door is a really long and curved line that goes from the body to the window frame, means that the doors have to be shaped like a single, very thick, thin wall.
2. The angle of the door will also make the connection between them difficult and uncomfortable. For example, the inside of the door is facing the back of the lamborghini. The doors in between the window frame, the back and front, are going to feel very uncomfortable. Even if the hinge is perfectly fine and perfectly symmetrical, that does not make for a pleasant hinge.
3. The problem here will not only