Inspired by an evolution of what sportsmanship is all about in the era of brutal competitiveness, the hybrid electric engined concept racer by designer Marco Lavelli shows that a compact city car doesn’t need to necessarily sacrifice sportiness and safety to be performance intensive. Built on the frame of an old Fiat panda, the EVo concept retains the dimensions of the classic city compact and stands at 3.48m x 1.60 m big which makes it a perfect fit for most cramped streets across the world.
The entire model’s body is built using plastic panels and the vehicle comprises of various scrapped auto parts scavenged from junkyards. A lovely mixture of the old and the new, the hybrid electric engined concept racer is powered by in-wheel motors that run on fuel cells making it one of the cleanest vehicles on the streets.
The aerodynamic vehicle comes with enormous glass windows and an elongated glass roof that offers passengers a panoramic view of the outside while strategically placed creases on its body enhance the flow of air around the conventional looking compact vehicle.
[Thanks, Marco Lavelli!]