It seems that the first Lebanese supercar was not as we, or they would expect as it would be like. It is called the Frem 1 and it looks like a Formula 1 car, weighting almost the same as one.
Always a company’s success in a particular environment will attract people or companies who wish to challenge his supremacy. In the automotive world, the classic case is the Ferrari company, whose success spawned a model, the GT40, but also an entire company, Lamborghini, who started the event already reaching a legendary status among the automotive community. And again, the prestigious Italian company apparently gave birth to a supercar. Its creator, David Frem, a Lebanese student from the University of Design, unveiled a prototype called Frem 1. While unveiling the first Lebanese supercar, he has generated a big bustle, but on a closer look, the model leaves place for a much better look, performance and even design. First, how it looks, no matter how futuristic and modern it seems, it involves serious problems within the pedestrian safenss, because of the “opened” muzzle and large air nozzles. Then, passing on the inside, it becomes drastically worse, from the use of wood and bent metal foam to the bar that holds the steering wheel, so that everything seems loosely made. Finally, if the model vibrates to the production version which was scheduled for unveiling at the Auto Show in Detroit, it is going to be really in the league of the last supercars, but there is still a lot of work needed.