• Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
  • Image Credit: Koncept Cars
In a crowdfunding campaign that seems destined to fail (only $5 have been raised of a $25,000 target after two weeks), we find a master class in getting people to not care about a Tesla Model S. In short, you add a new look to a car that a lot of people think doesn't need one, apparently.

Koncept Cars, a San Jose, California startup, wants to design and build "high-performance electric vehicles," according to the IndieGoGo page, which claims that the company's first project is the Koncept S Coupe. Of course, Koncept Cars isn't building the car at all, yet, it's just changing the look.

Koncept Cars is asking for $25,000 in order to, "fabricate a front bumper mold, a rear bumper mold, and production of the first run of carbon fiber bumper sets." Should the next 18 days really turn around and a $50,000 level get reached, then Koncept Cars, "will be able to acquire an early model, pre-owned Model S for the coupe conversion." Long-term, Koncept Cars hopes to offer the Koncept S, "as a build package for Model S owners" and the company hopes to one day, "deliver a line of EVs that can charge through Tesla's global Supercharger network."

Don't go looking for more at the Koncept Cars website because it is, well, a bit lacking. You can see more in the video below, where something appears to attack a Model S with some sort of Marvel comic ice blast. Hey, why not?



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