Every new car is well tested by the automaker for performance, handling, speed etc. before it is unveiled in front of the world. Usually testing tracks are used by the automakers but if some car is tested on roads or some other place it becomes a mystery. Recently, such mystery electric vehicle was photographed on the frozen lake in Northern Sweden undergoing handling tests. It is a very narrow and compact electrical car, which seems to be a very short, lightweight coupe or roadster. Although the faux body panels were strangely styled but it looked like that the person who was taking the test drive was having lots of fun in playing with the car.
The only problem is that there is no word on the car. No one has any idea which automaker was undergoing the test. The only clues available were that the test of the vehicle was undertaken at the auto supplier’s private test facility. It’s unknown but what can be concluded is that either the vehicle was owned by the supplier company who was testing their own components or maybe the car was being developed in collaboration with some automaker. Another thing worth noting was that the tracks of front wheels were significantly wider than the rear ones.