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Maserati Boomerang (1972) concept car designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Revealed as a non-functional model at the 1971 Turin Auto Show, and as a fully functional vehicle (the only one ever built) at the 1972 Geneva Auto Show. The steering wheel had no central hub, but spokes which rotated at the periphery of the instrument console

Maserati Boomerang (1972) concept car designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Revealed as a non-functional model at the 1971 Turin Auto Show, and as a fully functional vehicle (the only one ever built) at the 1972 Geneva Auto Show. The steering wheel had no central hub, but spokes which rotated at the periphery of the instrument console

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Classic Concepts: Maserati Boomerang | Classic Driver Magazine

Auf dem Genfer Salon 1972 wirkte der Maserati Boomerang noch wie ein Keil aus dem Weltraum – vierzig Jahre später gilt der von Giorgetto Giugiaro mit dem Rasiermesser gestaltete Prototyp als eines der wichtigsten Design-Statements der Automobilgeschichte.

Maserati Boomerang... Why doesn't my living room look like this. I'd sleep in this. When Citroen owned Mazer it didn't work but it was frigging cool...

Maserati Boomerang... Why doesn't my living room look like this. I'd sleep in this. When Citroen owned Mazer it didn't work but it was frigging cool...

1972 Maserati Boomerang

Auf dem Genfer Salon 1972 wirkte der Maserati Boomerang noch wie ein Keil aus dem Weltraum – vierzig Jahre später gilt der von Giorgetto Giugiaro mit dem Rasiermesser gestaltete Prototyp als eines der wichtigsten Design-Statements der Automobilgeschichte.

Maserati Boomerang

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Engine photo of the 1956 Maserati 250F that won the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix driven by Stirling Moss

Engine photo of the 1956 Maserati 250F that won the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix driven by Stirling Moss

Der “Parcour” von Giugiaro Design – Sportwagen und SUV in Einem | Superflu -

Spannende neue Sportwagen kreuzen des Öfteren unseren Weg, doch meistens fehlt ihnen trotz interessantem Design das I-Tüpfelchen. Deswegen präsentieren wir eher selten ein neues Serienmodell der gr...

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