Pininfarina Cambiano concept

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The diesel plug-in hybrid is inspired by the 1957 Lancia Florida II, the first concept car built by the Italian company and is the first public work of Pininfarina's new chief creative officer Fabio Filippini, who joined the company in April 2011 from Renault. The sleek four-seat sports car concept has a single long door on the driver's side and two doors on the passenger side, including a rear-hinged rear door. It has no B-pillar.

 
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