Deuce Electric Concept Car Rendered in a Surfer’s Way

When people say Deuce, they’re usually referring to Detroit or the number 2, so we were a little surprised to see that term pop up on a concept car for San Francisco surfers. Nevertheless, we like this sharp EV, which is designed with gullwing doors and a hatchback for the ultimate mix of style and utility.

The Deuce features unique cargo options such as front trunk space under the hood a la Porsche, a surfboard rack up top, and space inside the rear hatch for stowing your adventure gear. We have to assume the battery pack is stored in the floor like in the Tesla Model S, since there isn’t much room left anywhere else for it.

The Deuce also has a panoramic windshield for awesome views while driving down Highway 1, and a short wheelbase. We love the mix of sporty elements reminiscent of Audi sports cars and the Lexus F-series with the future-tech windscreen and gullwing doors. Would a surfer really drive this car to the beach at Santa Cruz, and could he afford it in the first place? Ah well, no matter. The two-tone color scheme in the rear-view photo is just plain awesome, and check out the wraparound rear LED tail lights.

The San Francisco Deuce electric supercar that we are talking about is a concept dreamed by Popa Lucian. The main idea of this beautiful dream is mixing the surfer lifestyle with avant-garde metropolitan way of life that relies heavily on the European supercars. The electric drive features a short wheelbase of just 93-inches that gives the compact vehicle a greater degree of stability on both off and on road conditions.

Furthermore the San Francisco Deuce eco-friendly supercar has been fitted with an adaptive body that serves both as a wagon for vacations as well as a coupe for the adrenaline junkies. The roof of the car comes pre-equipped with a rack able o sustain two surfboards. The hatchback comes with gullwing doors that flip open to the sides, a feature that might cause a bit of problem in most parking lots.

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