There’s no doubt we love strange and bizarre car concepts. The human imagination is limitless and when put to good to use it can come up with some pretty interesting inventions.
In this video, we are introduced to a unique and very odd vehicle called the “Lo-Res Car.” The vehicle is the work of driveH2, a public service initiative committed to educating the world about the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
It is currently hosted at the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California and will be auctioned soon which means you can actually buy it if it tickles your fancy. Its form basically consists of taking the Lamborghini Countach and lowering its resolution to get it down to its most basic shape.
That’s why it’s called the “Lo-Res Car.” It is designed by United Nude, a footwear company, and it is safe to say it also resembles the shape of a sneaker.
What inspired designers to reduce a hyper-expensive hyper-fast car down to its basic shape? How well does the Lo-Res Car drive? How many of these will be produced? This video answers all these questions but if you want to know more read our article on the vehicle