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Saturn Curve Concept (2004)

Saturn’s sleek new Curve concept car was designed by GM North America, developed by GM’s European Advanced Design Center in

Toyota EX-II (1969)

Toyota EX-II (1969)

The EX-II was a 2-seater, fully enclosed electric runabout shown at the 1969 Tokyo Motor Show. EX-II Type A (for

Cunningham C-3 Continental Coupe Prototype (1952)

Cunningham C-3 Continental Coupe Prototype (1952)

“It’s pretty hard to believe. You’ve never driven anything like it in your life.” – John Bond, Road & Track

Delahaye 235 Coupe par Saoutchik (1952)

Delahaye 235 Coupe par Saoutchik (1952)

Delahaye’s final luxury model, the 235, was introduced in 1952, bearing a refined version of the famous 135 chassis and

Sir Vival (1958)

Sir Vival (1958)

Walter C. Jerome of Worcester, Massachusetts was a man possessed by a mission to make the world’s safest car. In

Ghia Steamline X 'Gilda' (1955)

Ghia Steamline X ‘Gilda’ (1955)

Designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi, the Ghia Gilda astounded the public at car shows with its extraordinary architecture which over time

Siata Berlina Prototype (1953)

Siata Berlina Prototype (1953)

  This one-off, four-seat, Siata Berlina uses the Fiat derived 2.0 liter V8 engine which can also be found in