Design Student Lets it Fly With Radical Renault Concept

As the market becomes saturated with newer and sexier sportscars, it's a daunting task attempting to choose one from the beautiful bunch. But fear not, fellow gearheads, designer Konrad Cholewka has the solution to our meaningless first world problem; The Renault Fly concept. With a futuristic minimalist design, the Fly is unlike any road-going vehicle you have ever seen. Up front, the concept bears a minor semblance to the current Renault lineup, but as seen in the rest of the body, the open panels and large glass frames make it something straight out of a sci-fi movie.
Design Student Lets it Fly With Radical Renault Concept
While the design itself is a sight to behold, the Fly also transforms into an off-roader's dream with some help from your local Renault dealer (pictured below). Thanks to the universal elements of the frame and exposed components, it allows for easy-going modifications and readily available new parts throughout. PHOTOS: See More of the 2013 Renault Fly GT Concept
Design Student Lets it Fly With Radical Renault Concept
The future looks awesome. PHOTOS: See More of the 2012 Renault Fly Concept

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