2012 Magna Steyr MILA Coupic Concept declared

2012 Magna Steyr MILA Coupic Concept 2012 Magna Steyr MILA Coupic Concept declared

Magna Steyr has declared that the MILA Coupic concept will be introduced at the Motor Show to be held in Geneva next month. The Coupe is designed to bring to light the engineering prowess of the company. The concept is featured with two roof modules which can operate independently with each other. The front section can open front to back while the back section can open from both the directions while moving to the interior, the cabin has an interior of five seats where the seat at the back can be folded forward to turn the new car to a pick up. This is somewhat odd, but as per Magna, the back seat module seals off and separate the cabin which does not allow rain and dirt to enter the cockpit.

Magna Steyr, however, may not be the name most recognised by consumers, but it is one of the largest players in auto industry. It has produced about 2.5 million vehicles in 21 different models which also include the Aston Martin Rapide, Mercedes Benz G class and Mini Countryman etc. It has also helped numerous automakers to develop new models and technologies as well. Although it does not market any model under its name, it often shows its abilities with concept cars that are labelled MILA and this is the latest one. Being named the MLA Coupic, the car demonstrates a bodystyle which is adaptable. This looks like a crossover coupe at first and can be turned to a pick up truck or convertible. Other details are not yet available for which we have to wait further. Let us have patience for more news to come our way and be prepared for a hearty welcome.

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