Giugiaro Parcour

2014 Giugiaro Parcour

2014 Giugiaro Parcour Exterior
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Giugiaro celebrated its 45th anniversary with the Parcour - a Gran Turismo concept car that drew inspiration from the discipline "invented" by David Belle in France in the 1980s. The Parcour is a two-seat car that combineed the elements of an SUV, a crossover, a GT and a mid-engine sports car. The concept was offered in both coupe and roadster configurations.

The model is powered by a Lamborghini-sourced 5.2-liter V-10 engine that delivers a total of 550 horsepower and sprints the car from 0 to 60 mph in just in 3.6 seconds. The concept is offered with four different driving modes — Comfort, Sport, Off-road and Ice — each being distinguished by a different color on the dashboard: white, red, orange and respectively blue.

On the exterior, the new Pentacour will feature two distinguishing traits: the A-pillar is detached from the windscreen and also acts as a deflector, while the rear pillar is designed to direct the air over the bonnet and toward the retractable spoiler. It sits on 22-inch wheels that raise the car from the ground significantly.

UPDATE 04/17/13: A new promo video of the Giugiaro Parcour has been released. Check it out by clicking on the photo above. Enjoy!

UPDATE 7/11/13: Car and Driver got a crack at the Parcour concept and it made a video of this sweet crossover/SUV/supercar doing its thing. You can see the video after the jump.


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2014 Giugiaro Parcour

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