This is the Turbo S20 Barchetta concept car designed by the students from the Espera Sbarro Design School. The car was presented at the Geneva Motor Show last week and marks both the TV show and the design school’s twentieth birthdays. The car was created in just 120 days by 20 students from the Espera Sbarro Design School.
The car use parts from very cheap cars like the taillights from a Fiat Seicento and some interior pieces from the Smart Roadster, to keep costs down.
The roadster weighs just 1150kg and use a 5.0L V8 engine from a Mercedes-Benz E500 mated to a five-speed gearbox and develops 350hp.This open top mid engine concept use 20inch alloys with 335mm Michelin rubber at the rear and smaller 19inch for the front.
The car is painted in silver with red around the cockpit and features racing brakes and Recaro seats.