So far, we've mostly seen cars with similar design from Ferrari or Aston Martin.

Chinese company BYD has unveiled the Super 9 convertible electric concept car for one of its sub-brands, Fang Cheng Bao. The Super 9 was unveiled by Wolfgang Egger, BYD's chief designer. He previously headed the design departments of Alfa Romeo, Seat, Lancia and Audi/Lamborghini. The Chinese sports car is unlike anything we've seen from BYD so far and has a similar feel to the Ferrari Monza or Aston Martin V12 Speedster series.

The roofless two-seater has “butterfly wing” doors. Its seats are made of carbon fiber material, the racing steering wheel resembles a spaceship steering wheel, and the buttons on the center console are retro-style. On the side is the number “30”, which refers to BYD's 30th anniversary, while at the back there is a spoiler and dual taillights in the shape of the Fang Cheng Bao logo.

The Fang Cheng Bao Super 9 will have its first public showing next week at the 18th International Auto Show (Auto China 2024) in Beijing. At the same time, the company will announce the technical data of the concept car.

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