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Citroën Karin Concept Vehicle

We love the extremely unconventional design of the 1980 Citroën Karin concept vehicle.

The Citroën Karin captivates imagination with its audacious and avant-garde design. Unveiled at the 1980 Paris Motor Show as a striking concept car, it immediately drew attention with its pyramidal shape, flush glass panels, and butterfly doors. Inside, the three-seat layout, with the driver positioned in the center, challenges convention, while the futuristic facia with an inboard computer adds to its unique allure. The Karin is a testament to Citroën’s willingness to push boundaries and explore innovative design concepts.

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Ethan Tufts

Ethan is the co-founder and marketing guy at Olinthus.