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Deuce Electric Concept Car Rendered in a Surfer's Way

When it comes to attracting attention at the beach, there is nothing more eye catching than an electric supercar adapted for catching the waves. Surf enthusiasts are well known for their relaxed attitude, which has nothing in common with the striking shark-looking concept. However, it's a well known fact that opposites attract.

The San Francisco Deuce electric supercar that we are talking about is a concept dreamed by Popa Lucian. The main idea of this beautiful dream is mixing the surfer lifestyle with avant-garde metropolitan way of life that relies heavily on the European supercars. The electric drive features a short wheelbase of just 93-inches that gives the compact vehicle a greater degree of stability on both off and on road conditions.

Furthermore the San Francisco Deuce eco-friendly supercar has been fitted with an adaptive body that serves both as a wagon for vacations as well as a coupe for the adrenaline junkies. The roof of the car comes pre-equipped with a rack able o sustain two surfboards. The hatchback comes with gullwing doors that flip open to the sides, a feature that might cause a bit of problem in most parking lots.

We’d also mention that the easy to open rear cargo door might offer a quick escape with its sizable boot space being big enough to let an adult pass trough comfortably. The concept was pencilled with a wraparound windscreen that offers passengers an incredible view of the sunset after a day at the beach.

 
 
 
 
 

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