Honda Pegasus Study Inspired by Harley Earl's GM Firebird Concepts
Jul 20, 2010 15:39
Independent designer Andrus Ciprian from Romania draws inspiration from Harley Earls' GM firebird concept cars of the 50s and he produced a futuristic Honda racing car named Pegasus.
The Romanian designer has dreamed up a small gas-turbine jet engine as the power source for the imaginary winged prototype, while other features include specially designed wheels that increase air-flow to the brakes. Check out the pics after the jump!
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