I love the skylight to the north. It's inspiring creativity.
The Waw's In Progress assembly line.
The maintenance zone.
View from the entrance hall.
The Cosy Nose Corner.
View towards the Storage from the Metal room. The door to the left leads to a shower and dressing room, and what will some day become the electronics lab. To the right: Paint room and Lamination room.
Dries (left) and Idlir are training the Czech people who will take care of the WAW body production.
Here you can see the painstakingly precise layup of carbon and kevlar. Over the years, the quantity of material has been reduced to the absolute minimum for safe street use.
Construction of the tube surrounding the entry hole and roll cage.
Here you see the way we combine Carbon fibre for stiffness with Kevlar fibre for toughness. This is the lightest possible construction method for any given level of solidity.
The steering joysticks are placed on a node in the carbon safety cage. Bottom left you can see how the hinges of the cage are stiffened with carbon cloth.
This is Stephane, a Belgian engineer living in Brno, who will take care of the WAW production in the Czech Republic.