Obscure Austrian manufacturer Magna Steyr has revealed the MILA Coupic: a bizarre convertible/coupe/ute that it will debut at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday.
The luminous concept features an SUV-like body with two doors and a soft-top which can be opened fully for a convertible effect or half at the front to become a sunroof. When combined with the rear seats sliding capabilities, it can also be opened half at the back for ute-like practicality.
The Coupic also features a vibrant two-tone paint job with a fluro green top half, white bottom half and green alloy wheels.
The MILA Coupic is unlikely to ever be put into production, but it will surely be one of the highlights of the Geneva Motor Show on March 6.
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