Concept Cars: An A-Z Guide to the World's Most Fabulous Futuristic Cars

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The concept car was born in 1939 with General Motors' invention of the Buick Y-job. This was not a car designed for general consumption, but one created by the styling department as an "ideas" car, a sleek, chrome-adorned sculpture contrived to inflate passions and inspire imaginations. This is the ultimate guide to concept cars, featuring major design houses from Ogle to Pininfarina as well as mass manufacturers. It includes over 300 stunning color images, each highlighting a significant and creative twentieth-century car.

Concept Cars: An A-Z Guide to the World's Most Fabulous Futuristic Cars 1999, Hermes House (UK)

ISBN-13: 9781840384024

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