Supercar

The Jakusa Design Triango Concept Is A Hypercar Without A Soul

Can you spec this machine into life?

Like so many other startup manufacturers, Hungarian-based Jakusa Design has been hard at work creating this shell of what should, someday, become an outstanding boutique supercar or hypercar. At the moment, though, the Triango prototype has been released by the company and despite its eye-catching exterior design, it doesn't seem to have much of a soul (or any of those all-important underhood moving parts). The Triango was designed by a Behance artist, and may remain a prototype with no production in sight.

However, before it dusts away in somebody's garage, maybe the Triango still has a chance. Assuming you agree with the designer's decisions – especially regarding that low ride, those long and narrow headlights, ridiculous gullwing doors and the swooping rear window and long boxy decklid – how would you spec this car to become a tried and true supercar or hypercar deserving of its unique shape? Should the company push production, or should this concept be tossed away in the pile of soulless shells that never made it from designer's studio and onto the road?

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