The AZAPA-FDS concept microcar debuted at Auto China 2020 in Beijing. The ultra-compact two-seater is only 2490 mm long, 1295 mm wide and 1250 mm high. This makes it ideal for everyday urban life. It’s also easy to park and move short distances, offering a range of 100 km thanks to hydrogen fuel cell technology. This ensures that its impact on society is minimized, including energy consumption, space and noise pollution.
The concept has a very simple design. Two square headlights are located on the flat front. The spacious greenhouse is located right in the middle of the vehicle, with side windows opening into the roof. A single, bright red belt wraps around the waist of the entire structure, linking the headlights and taillights together and even supporting the rearview cameras on both sides.
AZAPA plans to bring the FDS concept to the market at the end of 2021.