The automotive world is advancing at a breakneck pace that is beyond our imagination, from gasoline cars to electric vehicles, and from ordinary automotive cars to supercars!
The supercars are getting features that are somewhat exciting, but some are frankly weird and absurd, like the Lykan Hypersport with diamond encrusted head lamps. It is a lot better with the Frangivento Asfané Charlotte Roadster that is not classy just for its design, but its unique aquarium that carries two fish.
The world of high-performance supercars has quite a challenging competition these days. To break into the arena, Italy’s startup Frangivento came up with a fascinating idea for the Asfané supercar which sounds fishy, rather literally. The company has been showing its supercar all around the Europe. It even choppered the car to the Italy’s Cortina D’Amprezzo ski resort at the 8,120-ft (2,475-m) high Ra Valles section for a spectacular display.
The company has revealed only a few details about the size, layout, and power structure of Asfané. However, there is no doubt that it is an all-electric super car. Behind the two seats of the Asfané Charlotte Roadster, there lies a bright blue aquarium with two fish. Can you guess the names of these fish? A couple of names clicking in our mind are none other than the ‘Nemo and Dory’, Guess what? The makers also call the same to this fish duo in the aquarium. They even picked the same fish species as in the movie.
A supercar is supposed to be exciting and extravagant, but a car featuring an aquarium is still crazy. You don’t even have to be an animal right’s activist to raise a question about the rights of these fish. Who will cater for the tsunami that will be created for the fish in these fast cars? If the car is parked away in some garage, who will be feeding the fish locked-up in the flashy car?
The interior of the car features a delicate center console that connects to the dashboard and supports a hovering control deck to the right of the driver. Top Marques has released a media report saying that Asfané will come out for purchase no sooner than another two years, with a cost of approximately US$ 1.6 million.
A built-in aquarium may not sound insane enough, but this chopper to carry the car everywhere for the showcase is pretty much a vague idea. Watch a video below to see this supercar in action!