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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Another cool supercar concept

There are concept cars, and then there are concept supercars. It is pretty clear from looking at some of the images associated with Logitta Concept Car that this is the kind of thing that belongs in the second category. However, pictures do not tell the whole story. Learn more about this concept vehicle, and you are bound to be extremely impressed with what you ultimately discover.
Logitta Concept car by Dr. Hussein Al Jammazi. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ctTY5)
It wasn’t too terribly long ago that Kazunori Yamauchi challenged automobile companies across the globe to design and present supercar concepts for the GT 6 video game. The response so far has given us all kinds of designs and ideas to get excited about. 
Right side view of Logitta Concept car by Dr. Hussein Al Jammazi. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ctTY5)
Left side view of Logitta Concept car by Dr. Hussein Al Jammazi. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ctTY5)
Nonetheless, if you want to see something that goes above what the companies are presenting, then take a look at what the Logitta Concept Car brings to the table. It’s hard not to see this as a concept car design that definitely has something singular to bring to the table.
Rear side view of Logitta Concept car by Dr. Hussein Al Jammazi. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ctTY5)
Designed by Dr. Hussein Al Jammazi, the Logitta Concept Car is an extremely impressive looking piece of form and function coming together in the best way possible. The 6.3 L turbine engine brings more than 700 hp to the streets. If you think that the overall exterior of the car concept is something that took a cue or two from a fighter jet, you’re not alone. That was definitely something that Dr. Jammazi had in mind, over the course of putting his supercar design together.
Rear view of Logitta Concept car by Dr. Hussein Al Jammazi. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ctTY5)
This car, even with no plans of going into production, still easily generates heaps of interest for further development of eco concepts that combine alternative energy and artistic design in such a harmonious way. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TUVIE]
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