The Barka Racecar Changes Form to Compete on Any Terrain

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 16, 2011 • References: motorcron & tuvie
It would be hard to not watch automotive racing if all the drivers were behind the wheel of the Barka Racecar. The Barka Racecar is a conceptual car designed for a futuristic racing league in 2085. The car has a shape-shifting design that allows it to race on nearly every type of surface, including water.

The shape-shifting exterior of the Barka Racecar is complemented by its morphing tires that change shape depending on the road's surface. Aside from its innovative body and tires, the Barka Racecar also has a legless driving system. The car has an automatic transmission, and both acceleration and deceleration is controlled by hand with controls in the dashboard.

While the Barka Racecar is far too futuristic to burn rubber nowadays, I wouldn't be shocked if this car was tearing up terrain by 2085. Just think of how far the car has come in the last 74 years. Stats for Shape-Shifting Autos Trending: Older & Warm
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