Just like the Ferrari SP51, only one GAC Barchetta concept exists. This two-seat electric supercar concept does not have a roof or windshield and consists of three main parts, with the first being an ultra-flat chassis that conceals the compact batteries. Think of it as a giant mobile phone with an easily swappable flat-packed battery.
The second part of the project is its ‘mono-material’ aluminum body, which is not only lightweight, simple, and timeless, but very distinctive. Inside, you’ll find a compact drive-by-wire steering wheel and seats made from recycled plastic materials. The seats are actually suspended to a frame that weighs just 3 kg (6.6 lb), and they use tension from the straps to provide extra strength for support. There’s no word yet on when we’ll see a functional prototype.
- Kids can explore one of the world’s first 300 mph supercars with their very own LEGO Speed Champions Koenigsegg Jesko racing car toy model
- This LEGO sports car collectible model comes with a wider 8-stud chassis which allows room for a 2-seat cockpit with space for 2 minifigures
- The Koenigsegg LEGO race car driver minifigure included in the set is completed with a racing suit, safety helmet and wrench
Since its establishment in 2006, GAC Design has been creating world-class automotive designs – both concept and production vehicles for GAC & AION brand. Our exceptional design team is comprised of a diverse group of creative talents with different background and experience, and comes from all around the world. Our global design network includes studios in Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Los Angeles,” said the company.