2012 Geneva: Magna Steyr MILA Coupic Concept

2012 Geneva: Magna Steyr MILA Coupic Concept

Magna Steyr is not a real automobile manufacturer, but is seriously involved in building cars – some of the sound names from auto world have externalized the production of certain models to Magna Steyr factories, best-known examples being Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Aston Martin Rapide or Mini Countryman.

MILA Coupic concept combines three cars in one. It’s about a SUV which can be converted into a sporty pickup or into a convertible life-style. At least about the SUV we give them right, the roof which plunges steeply to the rear and two-tone paint printing on the car a dynamic image.

Regarding to the style “open-air convertible”, Magna Steyr would be better to look at Range Rover Evoque. MILA Coupic Concept adopts, in fact, another solution: the roof is soft-top, made of small panels of glass, divided into two large sections which can be opened independently.

In the practical part, MILA Coupic can turn into a kind of pick-up thanks to a clever folding system at vertical of the back seat: pushing the button, it slides forward, ie the partition between the front and back is cleared, where can be transported bicycles or sports equipment.


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