Designed by Michal Lipinski, the “Phantom” is a one block concept sports car, but integration with the side thresholds spoiler visually divides it in half. Between the doors, there is a moving part of the spoiler, which runs at higher speeds. The car looks as if it were on the move, which emphasizes the triangular shape of the door and the shape of the rear lamps that accentuate the shape of the diffuser. The concept is dominated by strong and decisive lines that run through the body, crossing each other and disappearing and appearing through the length of the body. Lights on the concept use optical fibers, but are additionally equipped with LEDs. The driver sits centrally on the front, and on the back are two seats for passengers. A rear-view camera displays information in the panes. The engine is located on the front, and is made from lightweight material which lets through light from every angle, and thus providing visibility despite of the small angle of inclination of the windscreen. Check out the video after the jump.
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