Concept rendering was created 8 months prior to completion and stayed true to my design direction.
Genesis Motor Coach
 The Peterbilt 372 was unique among competitors due to its tilt up nose section, below the windshield. This feature gave owners the ease to check fluid capacities, oil, fuses, etc. , without having to tilt the entire cab forward to expose the engine for basic fluid checks.
 Rear view shows the slip stream design and integrated middle wing design element with three fiber optic strands that wrapped over the top. At night shown red, but stationary, there were colored gels per side that chased colors or the rainbow. Five foot wide brake light and Halogen spots were located in the rear wing.
 Close up detail of the rear design. Tail lights are hidden behind the middle element that wraps around the side and reflects the flow of the upper and lower design cues.  Exhaust tips are out of place and installed for expediency only to make schedule,  as the original design had the exhaust tips integrated into the lower chamfer under the bumper.   The wide license plate location accommodates European license plate requirements.
 Side detail.  Reducing drag where ever possible was paramount in the body design.  All exterior marker lights were flush with the body. Fiber Optics located in the middle wing elements can be seen illuminated in Red. The upper rear, wrap around slats hid privacy windows. From the inside the slats over the windows didn’t hinder views from the state room.
Rear Stateroom
Removable Bunks
Stateroom Desk
Second Generation Design
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