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The world cannot have too many single-seat supercars, as a result it would be great to see this concept become a reality. 

The concept was created by Behance artist Ahmed Ghamloush, the car has simply been dubbed the Racer Fourteen and features a central driving position like the BAC Mono and the bodywork looks like something straight out of a science fiction film. 

Overall the car might, to some extent, remind you of the Alpine Vision Gran Turismo concept – which is the white car that can be seen in the gallery above. This single-seater utilizes similar-bold wheel arches and a flat hood, at the front there are also LED headlights and a large splitter just a couple of centimetres off the ground. 

The sides of the Racer Fourteen, look particularly sleek with small air intakes and prominent skirts. The rear of the supercar concept feature adorned downforce-generating rear diffusers, simple taillights and a pair of small antennas. 

Even though this supercar concept will never be seen in the streets, we hope that supercars and track-focused sports cars like this will continue into the future. 


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