I can see those superfluous winglets in the photos, but what are butterfly doors, and if they are gullwing doors, why aren’t they so named? Do they flap? Styling-wise, most everything in this concept exercise is a little forced. And it looks like a Batmobile.
Spyker-Saab’s new (ex-Ferrari) hotshot design director Jason Castriota talks such blather as “aeromotional design” principles (deriving from aerodynamics), but what’s new about that? Cars and people like this are what give concepts, even Geneva concepts, a bad name.
There are really only two reasons to produce a concept car: to get reaction to a car that’s likely to see production, and to create a styling exercise like this—probably to gauge response to the parts rather than the whole.