Isuzu is one of Japan's leading automotive manufacturers, and its products known to be very specific models of pickups, SUVs, trucks and other commercial vehicles. But few know that in fact this manufacturer had previously launched a supercar concept called 'Isuzu 4200R' and has been exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show 1989.
This supercar has a futuristic design, even if it is brought to 2016 will not look out of date. This car is the result of collaboration between Isuzu with Lotus. At that time, Isuzu and Lotus were connected through General Motors.
|In 1989 Isuzu launched a mid-engined supercar concept named Isuzu 4200R. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dPzCS)|
Despite the sporty character of the car, it has four doors and no B-pillar while the two sliding rear doors slightly rearwards to increase accessibility. The tail is very elegant with a wide, dark horizontal stripes on the tail light, and using both Isuzu and Lotus badges.
|Left side view of 1989 Isuzu 4200R. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dPzCS)|
|Interior view of 1989 Isuzu 4200R. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dPzCS)|
|Rear side view of 1989 Isuzu 4200R. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dPzCS)|
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