South Korea's Power Plaza has unveiled its new Yebbujana R2 at the Geneva Motor Show. Designed to preview an upcoming production model, the Yebbujana R2 is a compact convertible which rides on a carbon fiber monocoque chassis. The exterior styling leaves something to be desired but Power Plaza says the model draws inspiration from the "curves of a dynamic dolphin." The company also claims the rear end "embodies a smooth and exquisite look."

South Korea's Power Plaza has unveiled its new Yebbujana R2 at the Geneva Motor Show.

Designed to preview an upcoming production model, the Yebbujana R2 is a compact convertible which rides on a lightweight carbon fiber monocoque chassis. 

The exterior styling leaves something to be desired but Power Plaza says the model draws inspiration from the "curves of a dynamic dolphin."  The company also claims the rear end "embodies a smooth and exquisite look."

The cabin is sparsely equipped but features a three-spoke steering wheel and Bride sport seats.  The model also has a digital instrument cluster, an infotainment system, and two displays that show video feeds from the mirror-mounted cameras.

Despite the car's relatively small size, the Yebbujana R2 has been equipped with a massive 81 kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery.  It powers an electric motor that produces 107 horsepower.  The motor is connected to a five-speed manual transmission that enables the car to accelerate from 0-62 miles per hour in four seconds before hitting a top speed of 123 mph.

Thanks to the massive battery, the model can travel up to 475 miles on a single charge.  However, that number is a bit deceiving as it was calculated with the assumption that the Yebbujana R2 will be driven at a constant speed of 37 mph.

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