Delphi is headed to this year's Geneva Motor Show with a concept of its own. Details on the F1FOR3 Concept are slim at the moment, though the company says the vehicle will be a platform for demonstrating "high speed connectivity and user experience features." While that sounds about as thrilling as belly button lint, we're bolstered by the fact that the concept was created with input from Franco Sbarro. Sbarro has had a hand in creating some of the most beautiful and oddball concepts we've ever seen, which means the F1FOR3 should be plenty entertaining when it hits the show room floor.

The good news is that the technology on display inside the concept will likely be Delphi products that are currently available. While we were hoping to see a street-legal F1 car with seating for three, innovative on-board tech will simply have to do. Look for the vehicle to debut next month, and hit the jump for the brief press release.
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Delphi and Franco Sbarro to Debut 'F1FOR3' Connected Car at Geneva Motor Show

Delphi to demonstrate technologies designed to keep drivers connected while on the road.

Release Date: February 20, 2012

WHAT:
Highlighting high speed connectivity and user experience features, Delphi Automotive and Franco Sbarro will unveil the 'F1for3', a show car that showcases a range of innovative products including smart user interface, world-standard mobile TV tuner and a slim line roof module with integrated reception system.

WHO:
Technical experts will demonstrate multiple Delphi products that work together to redefine the in-vehicle experience and make seamless connectivity possible, even when traveling at high speed.

WHEN:
March 6-18, 2012

WHERE:
Geneva Motor Show; Sbarro stand (Hall 2, first floor, stand number 2145).


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      Toneron
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      Why? How stupid.
      breAshley
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      Design and technical aspects aside, couldn't they have come up with, like, a better name? I'm just fussy this morning...
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