Sbarro Haze '16 Students at the 2015-2016 school of Espera Sbarro de Montbéliard presented at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show their new concept, a sporting prototype of endurance called Haze and intended to evolve. It will progress over the years. It took only 68 days for the 28 apprentices to mount it from scratch. The timing was right: the prototype was completed only five days before the show! Unlike in other years, this concept is meant to evolve. It will progress over the years and promotions, as well in terms of design as aerodynamics or power. For now, it boasts 300 horsepower, drawn from a 5-cylinder 2.2 turbocharged Audi that was satisfied with 230 hp under the hood of the first-generation S4 in which it was recovered. Thought for endurance or even LMP homologation, the Haze is based on a multi-tubular steel chassis and sends its power to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transmission. The bodywork made of composite materials makes it possible to limit the weight to 900 kilos only. It was the students who designed, shaped and assembled the car, creating the body parts and chassis, as well as the seats and the steering wheel. They went through suppliers for brakes, suspensions and rims, for example. The objective is now to run this Haze concept on circuit, where it could reach a maximum speed estimated at 280 km/h. A commitment in competition? It is more a sweet dream that seems hardly accessible today. But after all, why not ... In the meantime, we are already curious to know what evolutions will be brought to him in the years to come. Text originally written by Emmanuel Genty in French.