One might think attending cars shows for many decades might get boring. While new cars are exciting, the museum classics keep things exciting.
And many do not realize that many of these classic limited series and prototypes were built mainly for show-only which means many did not have actual drivetrains for several reasons.
One of those reasons are the venues where these vehicles are shown. Having made the exteriors and interiors tempting to the public, some of these beauties were pushed on the stage or small, low-speed electric motors were used which also accomplished another great thing.
Indoor air quality where thousands gather is not ICE friendly nor are the explosive fuels in the tank. No matter your choice of drive, just enjoy the grace and beauty of the Atlantic of the 1995 Detroit Auto Show. And yes, the one in the museum is electric!
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