The Fioravanti Kite from the 2004 Geneva Motor Show was
an unusual design used to showcase Leonardo Fioravanti's
radical design ideas.
The most notable feature of the Kite concept is its triangular
roof section which neatly incorporates the rear pillars
and taillights, while also creating the appearance of
a coupe while providing the practicality of a hatchback.
Exterior lighting on the Fioravanti Kite, both front and
back, is done with the use of LED technology. The headlights
begin halfway up the front bumper and run back 3/4 of
the way up to the windscreen, highlighting the single
style line running the same path.
Aside from the novel glass house and roof section, the
rest of the car is quite bare of decoration, aside from
two subtle diagonal lines running down the door and onto
the rear quarter panel.
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