Geneva, Switzerland: Some of the world’s car manufacturers display their flagship products in the mat Geneva Motor Show 2018. In the event held until Sunday, March, 18th 2018 is also filled by the concept cars with a radical and unique design.
Quoted from theweek.co.uk, there are at least four cars that carry the new concept. Not only the color display, the shape is also not like the car in general.
Here are the cars with unconventional concepts that are present at the Geneva Motor Show 2018:
1. Renault EZ-Go
French car manufacturer, Renault, received special attention from the motor exhibition in Switzerland. The reason, they presented a future car that does not require a driver.
The concept that carried Renault is a driverless taxi that can be controlled only by using a smartphone. The Robo-taxi which capable to accommodate 7 people is scheduled to be released in 2022.
2. Sin Cars S1
Bulgarian new car, Sin Cars S1, also got a lot of attention from visitors this event. Not because the fast engine, but because the design is unique. In fact, this lightweight sports car gets the title of “the ugliest car ever made” quoted from The Sunday Times.
3. Mansory Bugatti Veyron
German luxury car modifiers, Mansory, also present in the Geneva Motor Show 2018. This time, they were presented a custom car from one of the world’s best hypercar, Bugatti Veyron.
However, the body design they use has a strange look, namely marble-look. This layer was specially designed and embedded a carbon fiber body. In addition, Mansory also modifies the Veyron front bumper.
4. Pal-V Liberty
Pal V claims to be the world’s first manufacturer of flying cars. This time, they showcased Liberty on the Geneva Motor Show 2018 event. In that car, they combine the concept of land vehicles and aircraft.
On its debut, Liberty was introduced as the first flying car to be sold commercially. This unique vehicle has three wheels and can be filled by two people.
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