These are napkin sketches of my own brand of cars I had designed during my bored time in high school. I had named the brand “Kyoti” because my family used to call me “Kyote” after the canine species of a similar name. I went so far as to designate them as electric cars and even wrote down specs for them. Sorry for the poor image quality, these drawings are ancient (I took pictures of them with a phone).
This is the very first in the lineup. The name Kyngopak is a play on the phrase “king of the pack”. I’m not sure if coyotes even travel in packs, but it is what it is.
The “Puppi”, a coupe version of the Kyngopak.
A bird’s eye view of the Puppi’s general profile.
Whereas the Puppi is a 2 seat vehicle, the Lönwolph (pronounced “lone wolf”) is a single seater.
A bird’s eye view of the Lönwolph’s general profile.
The TriTrot also has one seat like the Lönwolph, but only three wheels. Maybe it could be legally classified as a motorcycle.
A bird’s eye view of the TriTrot’s general profile.
Not sure what I was thinking with the Alpha...but it is what it is.
I forget the specifics of this one, e.g. how many seats it has, etc. I don’t even remember how it got its name.
The Rabidor is when I broke away from the typical Kyoti aesthetic.
Now that I think of it, the hood kinda looks like cleavage 🤪
A bird’s eye view of the Rabidor’s general profile.
The LaKyoti is one of my favorite. It uses the same naming scheme as the Ferrari LaFerrari.
A bird’s eye view of the LaKyoti’s general profile.
Watch out Cybertruck! Okay, sarcasm. It’s a Kyoti based pickup truck.
The Kyoti aesthetic in motorcycle form.
I can’t wait to make SolidWorks models of all of these, and maybe one day actual prototypes!
Before I designed the Kyoti line, I designed a couple cars that I named FC-1 and FC-2 (FC stands for flying car). They were designed as literal flying cars, levitated by means of forced air, and perhaps carry a Cyberpunk 2077 aesthetic.
A bird’s eye view of the FC-1 front.
Both the FC-1 and FC-2 body and chassis would be made out of a material called Litiva (pronounced lih-tee-vuh), an alloy of 60% lithium, 20% titanium, and 20% vanadium.