In a clear case of ugly-beautiful, the AZAPA-FDS fuel cell concept looks like its inspiration came from a melding of Speed Racer’s Mach 5 and a toaster. The diminutive and very boxy two-seater was created to take on the needs of tight and busy urban living. It measures about 8 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 4 feet tall, making it significantly smaller than a Hyundai Venue subcompact crossover. The size makes it easy to maneuver and park in tight spaces, and it even gets 62 miles of range via its hydrogen fuel cell technology, ideal for quick jaunts within concrete jungles. Because it doesn’t really need great aerodynamics due to its city driving focus, the boxy shape keeps things practical and fairly roomy. The exterior’s red stripe wraps around the entire vehicle and is mimicked in the almost Apple-like interior that’s simple and quite fetching. The car will launch overseas by the end of next year.