Hussar Dakar Rally Concept

Designer Klaud Wasiak thinks that his concept car can be a part of the future high-speed, off-road rally racing.

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Designer Klaud Wasiak thinks that his concept car can be a part of the future high-speed, off-road rally racing. To show that it will be true in a few years, he has created the Hussar Dakar Rally Concept. The Hassar Dakar is inspired by Polish winged cavalry uniforms of the 18th century, giving this vehicle a dramatic rear wing structure that has both aesthetic and functional qualities.

Inside the Hussar Dakar Rally Concept Car, the driver is seated at a central position, with a lower, tiered section with two seats for a navigator and engineer. That engineer maintains and controls the non-driven parts of the vehicle, including those wings which provide aerodynamic boosts as well as kinetic energy generation from movement. Awesome. Check the gallery below after the jump. [via IndustrialDesignServed]

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