The Lo Res car is a recreation of the Lamborghini Countach, designed by Marcello Gadini in the early 1970s.
The two-seater vehicle features a matt black polycarbonate body, which surrounds the passengers "like a transparent capsule". The car is doorless, but its entire top hinges up from the back to allow access.
The interior is minimal, and features a hexagonal steering wheel and other elements in polished stainless steel. The electric engine reaches maximum speeds of 50 kilometres per hour.
"The Lo Res car can be described as a conceptual design experiment, rather than a conventional car," said United Nude. "Its abstract appearance makes it look like a magical moving sculpture."
It was designed as part of the company's ongoing Lo Res project, for which it has turned a number of objects including shoes and chairs into faceted versions.
Software is used to scan a series of 3D points from the original objects, which are then used to develop abstract designs.
The car is set to be exhibited in Los Angeles, and according to the company will be produced as part of a limited run for collectors.
A similarly futuristic-looking car design featuring three reflective cuboids in place of a traditional body was unveiled by Niels van Eijk and Miriam van der Lubbe at Dutch Design Week 2015.
Mercedes-Benz has also designed an autonomous pod-like concept car, designed to function as a living room on wheels, and Volvo has released footage of a self-driving vehicle that would allow drivers to snooze at the wheel on long journeys.
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