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The evolution of the most unusual car dashboards

1972 Maserati Boomerang

The Maserati Boomerang was presented for the first time at the Turin Motor Show. All the switches and devices in this car are placed in the steering wheel. Just imagine, in order to use windshield wipers, it was needed to reach into the steering wheel.

1981 Citroen

In 1981, the Citroen decided that the time had come for a futuristic design of its vehicles and presented the Xenia concept. The car had the automatic transmission, lots of lights and buttons in-and-around the steering wheel.

1982 Lancia Orca

The Lancia Orca was ahead of time. Designers made fully digital dashboard in the car.

1983 Citroen GSA Pallas

The French from Citroen like experiments. The problem of the carwas that the steering wheel was made of too soft material and in the course of time it deformed, and the speedometer was so small that it was impossible to discern it even through the glasses.

1988 Pontiac Banshee

The Pontiac Banshee was cosmically beautiful, but it was just a concept.

2002 Fiat Multipla

The Fiat Multipla has a central layout of the dash panel, which is turned to the driver.

2003 Honda Civic

Yes, it's not a unique car but it is in the list because nearly 100,000 dollars has been spent only on the dashboard.

2012 Pagani Huayra

Luxury, chrome, carbon... The Pagani has showed that the luxury is never too much.