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Jakusa Triango is A Supercar Prototype Bound To Give You Mixed Feelings

The supercar scene might seem crowded with big-name models from reputed manufacturers, but in recent years small firms started to present original or freakish examples to fill up this segment.
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Although we won't go deep into the history of small brand supercars, we'll just mention a few names that will introduce you to the subject of the article.

For example, Bulgaria has a supercar called Sin R1 RS, Denmark has the Zenvo ST1, and recently a Chinese guy built his own version of an electric supercar for $5,000. So, as they say, where there's a will there's a way.

Coming back to what we wanted to show you in the first place, please welcome the Jakusa Triango prototype, courtesy of Jakusa Design or, more exactly, Tamás Jakus, a designer and illustrator from GyQr, Hungary.

From what we've been able to see on his Behance profile, Tamás has a crush on designing concept motorbikes but on few occasions, he decided to give supercars a try, because, why not?

He seems to be doing a good job, but let's have a look at his latest creation. Truth be told, it generated some mixed feelings for us, but we'll do our best to decipher what the designer had in mind with this one.

If you look at it from the front - try not to scream, by the way - it becomes clear that face which to us looks like a scary Halloween pumpkin ready to do some racing. The prototype seems to feature gullwing-style doors and a broad rear end, reminding us of the Nissan 370Z but with sharper edges.

We'll leave you with the photo gallery for now, as design matters are always subjective. Unfortunately, the artist didn't suggest what the concept might hide under the hood, so we thought it was best if we let this subject open to suggestion, just for the fun of it.

 
 
 
 
 

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