Click above for a high-res gallery of the Fioravanti LF1
Fioravanti has made a habit of showing interesting things at the Geneva Motor Show. This year it will reportedly be the LF1, a car built to demonstrate the application of Formula 1 design and build techniques to a production vehicle. Done up like the Caparo T1's open-air cousin, the LF1 doesn't look exactly like a production ca,r but we don't know anything further about it yet... except that we look forward to seeing it.
Over at the Motor Trend Blog, the fellas have posted on Italian coachbuilder Fioravanti's planned Geneva concept car, the Thalia. Little is known about it, but the released sketch suggests the wagonoid is a combination of "The Homer" and a very aerodynamic Popemobile, with a dash of vintage Amtrak observation car thrown in for good measure. It's motivated by a powertrain of unknown type or origin.
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