This is the Hnusp L-DDC concept car, a bizarre creation that has a single wheel at either end and two in the middle, plus a mid-mounted engine.
Despite looking like two Reliant Robins melded together, the car has been created by Hnusp University to investigate ways of improving side impact safety.
"By putting the two wheels in the middle we are able to reduce the damage done in a side impact," said a spokesman. "It is not an idea that will ever make production, but more a way of opening discussion."
The car is also designed to showcase fuel-saving technology, and has been tested in the wind tunnel, achieving a drag co-efficient of 0.22cd - the same as BMW's Vision Efficient Dynamics concept.
Its 1.05-litre four-cylinder engine is mounted in the middle of the car, above the two wheels, offering better weight distribution.