.by Kirby Garlitos, on
Nobody’s going to mistake this soapbox for a super car, and rightfully so. It’s got no steering, no brakes, and anybody daring enough to ride this soapbox would be smart to wear as much safety gear on their bodies as humanly possible.
This work of art was designed and built by Philippe Stark, a noted French designer responsible for designing some pieces of work, including the Aprilia Moto 6.5 and the interior of the Virgin Galactic Spaceport. His latest masterpiece is this soapbox, which, we can imagine would be a hell of a ride so long as its not done on a steep slope. Then again, there’s a way of stopping the vehicle, but as this video shows, it involves having one leg out of the car and doing it the old fashioned way. Just remember to wear shoes that have great traction. And, oh, this racer is kind of a little celebrity in its own right; it’s going to appear on the cover of the latest issue of Intersection Magazine, which you might want to scoop up as soon as it hits newsstands.
Source: Intersection Magazine