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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Another odd supercar concept

With the growing number of supercars coming out of the woodwork from a plethora of different countries, supercar makers and wannabes alike are trying to find new and different ways to make their vehicles stand out.
An electric-powered version prototype of the Triango Revelation supercar concept exhibited at the Astana International Auto Salon 2015 in Kazakhstan. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fFOtW)
And after we published the first Qatari odd-looking supercar named 'Elibreia' some time ago. Now we are going to publish another weird supercar concept created by Jakusa Design (who founded by a renowned Hungarian designer named Tamás Jakus) named the 'Triango Revelation,' started in 2008.
Front three-quarter of Triango Revelation supercar concept by Jakusa Design. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fFOtW)
This future supercar has been in the works for about three years and with the help of Urban Motorsport England (also a Hungarian company despite the confusing name) Jakusa is prepared to enter the production stage of his new model.
Left side view of the Triango Revelation supercar concept by Jakusa Design. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fFOSN)
Its 'Triango' name was inspired by its triangular exterior design which we can’t decide whether we think is interesting enough to be cool or out-of-this-world enough to just be ugly. We imagine this is what a supercar would look like if it started a fight with a giant can opener, so we guess that answers that question. On the upside, the interior is a lot cleaner with silver trim and walnut-colored leather, making the triangular motif a bit easier to swallow.
Right side view of the Triango Revelation supercar concept by Jakusa Design. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fFOSN)
Of course, making this a car that anyone would want to have in their garage is the customized V8 twin-turbo Hayabusa engine that delivers an impressive 1,000 hp at 10,000 rpm. And according to the designer, this dynamic engine is mated to a customized transmission system with an F1 shifter system, automatic start, a race computer, and a full rear-wheel direction.
This Triango Revelation is currently in the final development stages and is preparing for its official debut. Jakusa plans to build the supercar in a limited run of 12 units and order books are now open if anyone is interested. Where is the place to book this supercar?
Rear side view of the Triango Revelation supercar concept by Jakusa Design. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fFOSN)
Based on the results of surfing we do, it turns out the project of making an electric-powered version prototype of this unique supercar was completed in 2014 by a Kazakhstan builder named Tair Balbayev and have been exhibited at a local auto show there.
Triango Revelation supercar concept by Jakusa Design, 3D modeling by Lajos Erőss and constructed by Tair Balbayev. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fG3FL)
Unfortunately, until now we never heard again about this bizarre supercar at any major automotive expos in the world. If you ever heard about it, let us know by filling the comment box below. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | JAKUSA DESIGN | TRIANGO | DISENO-ART | GENCEPTTOPSPEED]
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