Vote for evo's car of the future!

Think you know what the car of the future will look like? Vote for your favourite performance car-inspired design here

We asked students on the Vehicle Design course at the Royal College of Art to design a performance car of the future, based on a brief comprising ideas from evo readers and fans.

Having whittled the contenders down to seven magnificent designs, we now need your help to choose the very best of the bunch. The student who created the most popular design will win equipment worth £2000 for their university and be featured in the upcoming April Issue of evo.

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By voting for your favourite design, you can be in with a chance of winning a set of four Bridgestone tyres - simply enter your details after the voting page.

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