The Striking BRB Evolution Can Fold in Half to Snag a Parking Spot

By: Alexandra Choli - Published: Feb 22, 2009 • References: telegraph & jalopnik
Fed up with nonexistent parking spaces? If only we could get our hands on the keys of a BRB Evolution. The stunning concept is a hybrid car that runs both on electricity and on hydrogen. Yet its best quality is its ability to fold up to 50% of its original size.

Designed by 22-year-old Daniel Bailey, the charismatic supercar boasts a very sporty figure, with aggressive lines and a remarkable glass sky roof. The edgy two-seater was inspired by the Lamborghini Murcielago and Peugeot 908, though its sci-fi movie look and traits suggest some influences from the likes of "Transformers" and "X-Men."

Although many supercar concepts and prototypes show off their eco-friendliness, none possess the superior parking features of the BRB Evolution; boldly addressing more needs will always give one sleek car design the edge over another. Stats for Folding Supercars Trending: Older & Warm
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