One of the rarest and boldest concept cars ever built
This metallic wedge is pure 1980s futurism, but it was actually built in 1970—that’s the year after this season’s Mad Men takes place, for those keeping count. The Zero was designed by Marcello Gandini. If you think the Zero looks a bit like a Lamborghini, that’s not so crazy. He also designed the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, the latter of which shares the Zero’s aggressive, spear-like posture. But Gandini was no one-trick pony. He also design the remarkably groomed original BMW 5 series, the cooler-in-retrospect Citroën BX, and a tiny, cubby bear of a car, the Innocenti Mini. Additionally, he invented those absurd and eye-catching scissor doors we associate with supercars to this day. And check out the screen not he inside looks like the precursor to the Tesla’s large screen. This is surely one of the rarest and boldest concept cars ever built!
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