Two Motorbikes Become One Car In India

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Inspired by India's "buy one get one free" mentality, designer Ramesh Gound has created a concept where two motorbike owners can join them together, creating a fancy sports car for longer drives.

Gound's idea has sprung from his diploma project at the National Institute of Design, and was actually sponsored by Renault Design. While the car manufacturer doesn't actually make motorbikes, perhaps they'll offer Gound a job when he leaves school—I'd love to see these dual motorbikes/car hybrids on the road. [Yanko Design]

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Improbable, bulbous form? Check

Hollow wheels? Check.

No attention to human factors? Check.

All form, no specs? Check.

Absolutely unfeasible to build? Check.

Fanciful-but-pointless gimmick? Check.

All rendering, no process? Check.

Hardcore design wank, and as usual, it's from Yanko Design. Maybe that's why it's called Yanko; they're yanking it all day long.

For every one of these stupid pieces of trash, I wish I could reach my arm through my monitor, and give the idiot that rendered that shit a firm smack in the face. The person that scratched it together might have a more fruitful career as a 3D graphic artist than a designer.