Have you ever wondered what low polygon cars of a video game played with a crappy graphics card what would it look like in real life? Don’t wonder anymore because the United Nude Lo-Res Car is here to show you what a Lamborghini Countach looks like in super low resolution. it’s for sale, and it’s just begging for a transmission exchange.
I love weird concept cars that actually work. There is something about the idea of driving in an artistic cube that makes me laugh. Earlier this year, Cars and offers sold the brutal, legal “Consumer Car” on the street that was an old Ford Fiesta underneath. Bring a trailer now has its own weird art car with this United Nude Lo-Res car. Check this thing out.
According to the announcement, the founder of Plain nude The clothing brand developed this concept based on an “abstract, low-resolution version of a Lamborghini Countach”. It’s like what happens when you try to play Crisis Where Microsoft Flight Simulator with an integrated graphics chip.
I don’t really see a Countach in it, even a low-poly. My first thought upon seeing the thing is that this is a router with wheels.
The Low-Red car is covered with transparent tinted polycarbonate body panels formed into a shell and bolted to a hinge, then laid on a steel frame. The body opens very slowly electrically for entry and exit. Former Jalopnik contributor Doug DeMuro recently reviewed this and he shows how it works:
The low-res theme continues inside, where the steering wheel appears to be torn off a car’s Grand Theft Auto 3. Even the seats seem to have been designed using as few pixels as possible. I love the dedication to follow the concept everywhere.
The vehicle is covered in all kinds of lights making it quite a striking display when parked. There are LED light bars on the front and back, but they’re not really bright enough to be really functional. Inside you get rows of fluorescent light tubes. One of them broke when DeMuro examined the concept car, and it still has not been fixed.
Surprisingly, this vehicle is actually functional – at least a little. Unlike the Consumer Car, which was a Ford cutout, this one is essentially a golf cart. Power comes from a 5 kilowatt KDS electric motor driving a single speed transmission.
Doug DeMuro’s video shows he’s pretty slow, so don’t expect to take him on the move, even just around town.
It’s basically a blank slate for a forward swap. Put a Hayabusa engine in there, or even drop the body on a coupe-up to Nissan Leaf or something.
This design is definitely a winner and the first one received a Wallpaper Magazine Design Award in 2016. Other prototypes got screen time in music videos and were exhibited at the Greater Basel Automotive Design Showcase 2018. L ‘one happened to Petersen Automobile MuseumDisruptors Show in 2019.
This is it, frame three, and the Petersen sends him to a new house. The Petersen says 50 percent of the proceeds will go to maintaining the museum while the remaining 50 percent will go to Energy independence now. So the buyer gets a strange concept while the money is good. This is a Bring A Trailer auction where everyone wins!
The auction can go up to $ 30,000 with seven days remaining. I hope to see him again propelled by something incredible.