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I Did It. I Found The Most Boring Concept Car

Concept cars are supposed to be fun and exciting design studies, unconstrained by annoying things like laws or focus groups or physics. They can fly! They can be powered by nuclear reactors! Or they can just be the 1997 Volkswagen Coupe Design Study CJ. Read more...
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