Wow. Quite a unique flying car, here. Color scheme fits nicely, seeming to complement the "beetle-ish" feel of the shape. Gullwing roof is a great touch, and minifig seating capacity always adds to the appeal of vehicles in this scale. Really like the sub-greebling of the canopy and engine sections. Makes me think of bumper cars a bit, as well. Nice work!! - Huss Q.
This is a very tight build! I love it! The underside, main body, and internal compartment are a study in simplicity and elegance. The amount of detail you have managed to capture in the interior is really astounding. Personally, though, I find the shape of the roof to be out of tune with the rest of the vehicle. I find myself wondering what it would look like with a roof made form a big green parabolic dish, or maybe the lid form one of those "Pod" kits. I would love to see a version with a roof that was as "Clean" as the main body. Great MOC though. I'm already thinking about it in different colors. Those big rounded corner bricks are interesting pieces, and your use of them here results in a powerful effect. Attack!
Great design! I especially like how you did the interior. Its to bad that the pilot got a speeding ticket. As a rule of thumb, it is generally difficult to control your speed, when lying down. Well done!
So appreciate a well built smaller scale vehicle. Just proves that you don't need $10K in brick to make something impressive. Very well done. I love the cockpit and the curved green elements. Hats off. Excellent build.