The Ford Caspi Concept Is The Futuristic Wagon You Didn't Know You Wanted

Shooting Brake

It still needs some tweaks but is almost perfect.

Samir Sadikhov is an Internet automotive designer who managed to make the jump to the show. He penned the ultra-sexy Rezvani Beast, a two-door roadster that looks like a go-kart but performs like the 500-horsepower sports car it is. Now he’s back with a new concept car, the Ford Caspi. He is calling it an “advanced sport wagon,” which seems accurate; we think futuristic shooting brake is better. The Caspi is just a series of sketches for now, but it’s still a cool glimpse into the future.

The first thing you’ll notice about the Caspi design is that the rear-end looks like it has a tumor. The bulbous shape may remind you of the Chrysler PT Cruiser, but what's odd is that it serves no real function. The interior shots show two seats and a futuristic dashboard and interior. The floor is wood and in the rear there’s space for…bean bag chairs? When it comes to the interior we’re more than a bit lost. That being said the Ford Caspi looks amazing from the front and directly from the rear. Ford isn’t much for wagons, which means this concept will likely stay on the digital shelf. If only the Dodge Magnum had taken off and ignited a new golden age of American wagons.

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