Maserati Boomerang Exotic Car (1971) – On this occasion, we will discuss the car from Maserati, namely Maserati Boomerang. This is not the latest concept of Maserati, because Boomerang is a concept car that was introduced more than 40 years ago.
Maserati Boomerang was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, and was inaugurated at the Turin Auto Show in 1971. Then in 1972, the car was again exhibited at the Geneva Auto Show with several additional concepts, and for no apparent reason, the car changed its name to Maserati Bora.
Although Maserati Boomerang was listed as a roadworthy car, Maserati Boomerang was not intended to be a production car. The car was sold to a collector in 1974 and made several public appearances in the past 20 years, including the Monterey Historic Automobile Races in 2000.
The design concept of this car is very striking because the model used is not found on the car in general, especially on the front. In this section, there are no curves at all, but boxes in the design and boxes on the line. With a more tapered front design, the designer of this car utilizes this position by filling it with a sign light. While the Maserati Boomerang front spotlights hide it in the front box.
Even from the side, this car doesn’t use arches as its design. From this side, we can see for ourselves, that this car only has a capacity of 2 seats with an open side door design. As we see, this car is very thick with robotic nuances.
From here this car looks quite open because the door design is very dominant with translucent glass. This glass not only gives the view of the passenger but also gives a view to people who are outside so they can see the driver of this car as a whole.
If we look at the inside of this car, the Maserati Boomerang is quite simple by positioning the buttons the driver needs. The steering wheel design of this car is very cool because it has a button function in the center so that the driver simply moves the finger to operate it. While the other buttons are collected in the middle of 2 chairs.
Source : oldconceptcars