If you have ever wondered what every component of a modern car looks like underneath all that sheet metal, your questions have been answered.
Two Americans, Beau and Alan Daniels have illustrated dozens of technical car cutaways of a four-door sedan, which are so detailed, they appear real.
The drawings include the more common cutaways of the suspension, electricals, interior and driveline. Others are more fascinating like air-conditioning, airbags, satellite connectivity, sensors, and crumple zones.
Beau and Alan create cutaway, ghosted and phantom illustrations from aviation to medical, ships to maps. They have a strong automotive client base which includes Honda, BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Kia, Land Rover, Isuzu and many more.
It seems they have a sense of humour too. This is the description attached to the vehicle sensor illustration: "just a diagram showing some of the sensors that keep an eye out for you while you can do something, such as text somebody, shave, put your makeup on, watch a video, anything but pay attention to your driving."
These diagrams will keep you intrigued for quite some time and hopefully will give you a better understanding of how complex a car is.
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Listen to the CarAdvice team talk to Alan Daniels below, and catch more like this at caradvice.com/podcast.