From a design perspective , we had to find the best possible configuration of the hard-top shape and size to achieve both aesthetics and also practicality, as it had to be stored in the space where the backseats used to be. There had to be a lot of accuracy when dealing with lowing down the windshield , changing the size of the roof and its joints etc.
A dilemma we encountered at the beginning of this project was the “style”, due to the fact that we had two different options. Either, staying at the well known classic look or creating a more modern (restomod) style. We chose to give to our prototype a modern (restomod) look instead of a classic, because we were given the opportunity, besides the uniqueness of the roof, to redesign the interior and exterior look of the car (front and rear lights, seats, dash, console etc).
Modifications that really makes it unique.