United Nude Lo Res Concept Car

Jan 21, 2016

Category: Rides

Car concepts are a dime a dozen, but finding a car so unique that it demands the viewer’s attention is getting harder and harder. But United Nude‘s new abstract concept car, the Lo Res, is a concept so foreign that we had no choice but to read more about it.

The other worldly design is based on the Lamborghini Countach. It has a polygonal shell that looks nothing like any car currently or previously on the market. It’s a two-seater, with the passenger sitting directly behind the driver. The black poly-carbonate chassis raises and lowers with electric lifts, meaning it has no doors and no windows. Even the steering wheel takes a radical design change, as it’s hexagonal instead of round. It’s powered with an electric engine and it has a top speed of just 31 mph (due to safety concerns). The car will be shipped for exhibition in Los Angeles soon.

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