Don’t raise your eyebrows! Kassou looks freakishly different but that has contributed to it winning 2nd place in professional category, Car Design News Contest 2008. Kassou means ‘glide’ in Japanese and the reason why British designer Nicholas Lee Dunderdale named his concept as such is easy to see. Running on three wheels, this concept car incorporates several novelties in its form. The fact that the sitting consists of a single bench (much like a motorcycle) or that it has rear splitting doors are not as amusing as the fact that Kassou has a flexible rubber neck! You heard right, Kassou has a cockpit that can be extended or contracted for more headroom or just to improve the aerodynamics of the vehicle. The designer also envisages a little ‘side-car’ that can be attached via car’s lower section, which otherwise holds in luggage and other stuff. The vehicle is rendered beautifully and looks remarkable. Pity it won’t render easily to actual realization. Check out some more images after jump.