This stunning (no sarcasm, honest!) machine was built by a 27 year old glass factory worker in China in his spare time. I do see a teensy bit of Tesla on the front nose, but really, this machine appears to be totally unique. It’s a refreshing design from all the angular supercars of today, with such soft and curvy lines.

That’s the talented fellow that built it.

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Alright, from this angle, it looks like one of those Gran Turismo Vision GT concepts.

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The car is constructed from fibreglass and a galvanised tube frame. So far it’s cost him six months and 30,000, Yuan which is equivalent to just over US$4,800!

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The car was featured at an auto show in Hainan recently and garnered a lot of attention. To make some money back, he’s leasing the car to photographers who want to use it in photoshoots. Happily, his parents do approve of his pet project.

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The wheels do look a bit small though, but hey, nothing’s perfect. In fact, it’s far from perfect. It might look sensational, but it’s very slow. It tops out a 37mph as he has yet to find the money to install an ICE drivetrain so he has to make do with an electric motor. Furthermore, it’s currently not road-legal as Chinese authorities only allow state-approved manufacturer’s cars on the road.

Info and pics credit: DailyMail (!) and SCMP