American cars have a long and rich tradition both in the United States and around the world. This proves that it is true that the United States could be said to be the motorized vehicles paradise. Not only famous for the American muscle cars, they are also famous for the classic cars.
|Most spectacular concept car of the decade, the 1995 Chrysler Atlantic. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2J9CXit)|
If you ask why that was chosen in the 1990s, because in that time span many unique concept cars were born from the American automotive industry.
Here are the first row of 8 unique concept cars made in America in the 1990s:
1. 1994 Chrysler Aviat
|1994 Chrysler Aviat. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NZ5fwW)|
2. 1995 Chrysler Atlantic
One of the most beautiful of recent concept cars, the Chrysler Atlantic recalled the styling of the classic Bugatti grand tourer of the same name. With its sculpted body, the Atlantic wore huge chrome wheels, and was powered by a straight-eight engine that was constructed with two Chrysler Neon fours.
|1995 Chrysler Atlantic. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2CzPf2z)|
3. 1995 Ford GT90
|1995 Ford GT90. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2CX1x5Q)|
4. 1996 Ford Synergy
The Synergy 2010 was Ford’s idea of in 1996. As such, it featured two power sources — a 1.0-litre direct-injection extremely lightweight materials (it weighed just one tonne (ton)), "air fences", which dictated the car’s advanced, aerodynamic styling and computer-animated instruments. You could even call up the phone book by issuing a simple verbal command!
|1996 Ford Synergy. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2CwI6jh)|
The first part of Row of unique 1990s American concept cars is stoped here and will continue on the next section. (Jump to Part-2.) *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | THE CLASSIC CARS JOURNAL]
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