The Peugeot design competition has yielded a lot of clever designs, from cars that can shape-shift, to one-seater personal transports, and cars with spheres for wheels. Now here's the Peugeot Stylight by Ognyan Bozhilov of Bulgaria: a three-seater hybrid, mid-engine car with a heavy, sleek body reminiscent of old '30s lead-sleds, if not for its pointed beak.
The Peugeot Stylight puts the driver in the center and has a big windshield and side-view windows for plenty of visibility. It's also got spinning 10-spoke rims mounted under a glowing Peugeot logo. The Stylight only has one tail light, which is installed with responsive LED lights that brighten the harder you press the brakes.