Sbarro Espera Evoluzione may just be the weirdest concept we've seen

What can 25 students do in 13 weeks? The answer to that is build a rather odd, yet inspiring concept car to display at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. A group of students at the Espera Sbarro design school in France have created the Sbarro Espera Evoluzione, a concept car that looks to be inspired by the motorcycle world and, quite possibly, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento concept’s ugly cousin. The finished look leads us to believe that the car may have been put through an automotive blender before being displayed.

In order to create this interesting concept, the 25 students were split into two groups: one group working on the drivetrain and chassis, while the other was responsible with the design of the car. The latter group may need to retake the class as their design has about zero flow and looks like it’s breaking and melting all at the same time.

The Sbarro Espera Evoluzione is powered by an Audi sourced 1.8 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a total output of 178 HP. The concept features three Recaro seats: one centrally mounted for the driver and two rear passenger seats. The concept is painted in a combination of gray and matte black color with LED lights and sits on 20" black wheels.

Source: WCF

7 comments:

Well this one is definitely straight out of a science fiction movie. And here I was thinking if the thing would also fly. But then again, it is quite good looking.

Well, if you ask me, I would be more than willing to be caught driving this one the car is actually good looking for me and is sure to grab a lot of attention.

Well, for a mishmash of concepts, this one is actually rather good looking. In fact, it kind of reminds me of the Batmobile from the Chris Nolan films.

We all the know that car with a huge rims has a very low roofline . So I don’t what part is good here. And I think it look crazy on that sketch.

I think it looks good, kind of interesting. Better then the KTM crossbow....

One question about this one: does it have an alt mode? Kinda reminds me of those vehicles that you see on sci fi shows which can change between two forms.

This is a real futuristic looking car. I can only imagine what the interior looks like.

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