Geneva auto show: Rinspeed eXasis Video
Geneva auto show: Rinspeed eXasis Video Transcript
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>> Swiss boutique car maker Rinspeed celebrating it's thirtieth anniversary at the Geneva show by getting naked. This thing is called the X axis and yes it's see through, clear plastic, well macrolan [ assumed spelling ] to be correct. A material made by buyer material science and tinted yellow just for the look. Underneath is an aluminum space frame that does all the load bearing. The engine is a 2 cylinder seven hundred and fifty CC Weber that puts out a hundred and fifty horsepower. Tandem seating is custom built by Ricaro [ assumed spelling ] comprised of twelve macrolan ribs, same number you and I have, I'm told. And note those two floating transparent control panels, each one, a touch screen. ^M00:00:47 [ Music ]
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