[Moderator - WristScan]
To warm us up for the WristScan theme this weekend, I thought that we could look back at what could have been the most incredible car from Citroën.
The Citroën Karin is certainly avant-garde. Designed by Trevor Fiore and unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in 1980, the Karin featured an unusual pyramid-shaped body with four glass walls and a roof that was no bigger than the size of an A3 sheet. The car featured butterfly doors, and its controversial (at the time) pyramid shape resulted in a bilaterally symmetrical cockpit that had three seats in a row, with the driver sitting in the middle.
You should have launched it Citroën !
Photo credit: Citroën This message has been edited by cazalea on 2019-08-13 05:59:54