Italdesign GTZero Is A Shooting Brake With One Sexy Derriere

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Leave it to the Italians to bring that booty back.

Italdesign may have dropped the greatest booty at Geneva 2016. The futuristic shooting brake dubbed the GTZero the all new (and very orange) design study is sure to raise a few eyebrows and turn some heads. Sitting on a set of 22-inch wheels shod in Pirelli P Zero Nero rubber the futuristic concept packs some serious tech. Powered by three electric motors, two on the front axle one in the rear, the GTZero has a combined output of 483 horsepower. That's strong enough to propel the all electric Italian to a limited top speed of 150 mph.

The on-board battery pack can recharge to 80% in as little as 30 minutes and on to a range of 310 miles (500 km). Italdesign outfitted the concept with all-wheel-drive and, following a recent theme, four-wheel-steering. Inside the driver is met with the absence of physical controls, those have all gone digital by way of a Tesla-esque center OLED screen. The only physical controls remaining are the paddles and parking-brake. The two butterfly-doors raise, revealing four carbon bucket seats and an interior swathed in aluminum and carbon fiber. Odds are this car will never see production, but it certainly bodes well for the future of shooting brakes.

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