Concepts from Future Past: 1982 Ford Ghia Brezza

Concepts from Future Past: 1982 Ford Ghia Brezza
The 1980s kicked off a rather long era of unappealing cars – especially from the big-three US automakers. Sure, there were a handful of cool cars made between 1980 and 2000, but not many. One of the more interesting concepts to emerge during the era was the Brezza, which was jointly designed by Ford and Ghia, and emerged at the 1982 Turin Auto Show. While its sweeping profile and covered rear wheels were somewhat similar to the Honda Insight that would come in 1999, I much prefer the styling of the Brezza, which frankly looks a bit like they took an early Fox Body MustangĀ and just rounded out all the sharp corners.
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