A concept Jaguar XKX electric roadster designed by Skyrill Studio and Marin Myftiu and inspired by the Jaguar E-type (1961-1975).

The body of the XKX is covered by a layer housing microscopic ripples of piezoelectric cells, which, stimulated by the pressure of the air flowing over them (the actual air friction experienced by the car) produce electricity that is fed back to the vehicle’s battery, increasing both efficiency and performance.

It also has ‘disappearing’ side mirrors.

Disappearing side mirrors.