Some of them are so disgusting. Others are completely inexplicable. Most are completely useless. Top 10 weirdest special edition cars you've ever seen.
The rival Abarth 695 is inspired by luxury craft. The ideal car for narrow alleys in Italian cities had 180 horsepower, developed by the 1.4 T-Jet engine and Akprapovic exhaust system. It reached a top speed of 225 km / h and accelerated from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.7 seconds.
Smart winged. The car has wheels that mimic the appearance of a propeller. But the baby doesn't fly on the road. It has an electric motor that develops 74 horsepower and reaches a maximum speed of 125 km / h.a 17.6 kWh Lithium-ion battery provides it with autonomy of up to 145 kilometers.
Volkswagen Polo Harlequin
The Polo Harlequin was an allusion to a model that appeared in advertising in the United States in the 60s. Fortunately, only 19 of these clown cars were built. The special edition, released in 1995, had nothing special except extravagant colors. Otherwise, it was a Volkswagen Polo MKIII. The original plan of the Germans was to build 1000 units. After all, they sold four times as much!
BMW i8 MemphisStyle
The BMW I8 MemphisStyle came into the world after a collaboration between the BMW i division and the Memphis design company, and was inspired by the Memphis movement of the ' 80s, when nothing was too much. Dressed in bright colors, the model, along with the I3 MemphisStyle, was displayed at the BMW Museum in Munich.