Pininfarina has released two teaser pictures of its latest sports sedan concept car.
16 January 2012

Looking ahead to the Geneva motor show in March 2012, the Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina has released two teaser pictures of its latest sports sedan concept car.

As with most concept cars, Pininfarina is tight lipped about the Cambiano, only offering a couple of evocative sentences.

Pininfarina says “the 2012 concept is named Cambiano: it is an elegant and refined sport sedan, conceived with great attention to the environment, both as to the engine and as to the materials’ choice.”

The Cambiano has also been designed to celebrate joint Pininfarina landmarks, the 30th anniversary of the Styling Centre and 10 years since the Engineering Centre began.

Official details shall be released as the Geneva Motor Show gets underway on the 6th March 2012.

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16 January 2012

They do produce some lovely concepts, it's just a shame they are showcase cars for the company rather than vehicles that will come to market.

Not really sure why they want to release teaser pic's though?

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

16 January 2012

This teaser pic nonsense is getting really annoying. Just show us the bloody cars!

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