Merging the sci-fi technology and the latest fashion trends together, designer Mayeul Walser has popped up with a hybrid car that not just flaunts a futuristic design and technology but at the same time remains realistic to the producers as well as the users. Dubbed “Saab Fashionista,” the four-seater by the French designer is a mid-engined coupe that could be assembled on GM’s hybrid platform, quite similar to the Chevrolet Volt. The futuristic car presents distinctive two part doors, with top segment dangling upward like gullwing doors while the lower part moving out and then back. The Saab Fashionista, measuring 4,450mm in length, 1,800mm in width and 1,250mm in height, also features sleek and elegant interiors to match the hybrid technology of the coupe. Mayeul Walser is a car design student who’s currently doing his Masters degree in Transport Design from CREAPOLE-ESDI in Paris.