Chris says about this CES concept "rotating mono doors on each side make this one interesting coupe!"
Designed by Christopher McEntyre, the estimated $250K car sports an Alpine DVD head-unit, Xenarc in-car computer, and 4 screens. Another designer had to be hired just for the doors, which took 11 weeks. The paint took another 2 weeks, and the audio, which includes Focal Utopia series speakers, Audison Thesis amps, and a collection of subwoofers including an 8 incher under the dash, took 7 weeks.
Other mods include Corbeau racing seats, prototype Davin 22" spinners (should become the Revolution 6.0 wheel). It runs and drives, but McEntyre says it's not street legal -- they stripped the side impact beams and airbags.