Magna Steyr MILA Coupic Concept Heading to Geneva

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Magna Steyr has just released a new concept scheduled to debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

Austrian vehicle engineering and manufacturing company Magna Steyr has just announced a new concept for debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The 3-in-1 vehicle concept, called the MILA Coupic, combines "the sporty elegance of a SUV coupe, the full functionality of a robust pick-up, and the secure open-air feeling of a convertible." The MILA Coupic concept utilizes coupe styling with pronounced wheel arches and a high waistline.

The fabric roof operates electronically and can be opened either from the front or the back. Seating five, the concept is finished in a two-tone "Clash Green" paint with a "Crystal White" finish under the waist. Audaciously green alloy wheels complete the concept's look. "The MILA Coupic is a great illustration of the unique product design and engineering capabilities we can deliver to customers. Our customers expect suppliers like Magna to bring them innovative solutions to help them meet the increasingly demanding challenges of this industry," said Guenther Apfalter, President of Magna Steyr.

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"The MILA Coupic multifunctional concept showcases vehicle functionality through flexible seating systems, roof modules and materials." Keep an eye out for Magna Steyr's MILA Coupic concept as it debuts on March 6th at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

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