Ford indigo concept. In real life the car only has one made that can be driven however it belongs to ford itself. Page 1 of 1 ford showed this indigo concept at the international auto shows in 1996. Two examples were built one non driveable showcar and a fully functional example nick named go by the indigo team.
The ford indigo is a two seater concept car by ford which was introduced in 1996. Although the indigo showcases fords new edge design theme even claude lobo director of advanced design for ford automotive operations admits that the hard focus is on the roadsters engine. Need for speed ii the indigo appears in need for speed ii as one of the fastest cars in the game due to its low weight and chassis.
In the 1990s ford had a pretty wild period of concepts. The ford indigo is a high performance v 12 concept sports car that takes its design and technology inspiration from some of the fastest cars in the world indy car and formula 1 racing cars. The monocoque chassis of the ford indigo concept was a single piece tub formed from carbon fibre composite.
The indigo combines ford and primarily indy car technologies and practices in the areas of materials. The 1996 ford indigo concept is an unlockable vehicle in the performance class. It is a unique designed indy car featuring scissor styled doors and open wheels.
The ford indigo is a high performance v 12 concept sports car that takes its design and technology inspiration from some of the fastest cars in the world indy car and formula 1 racing cars. Ford indigo the ford indigo is a concept car developed by ford for the 1996 auto show circuit and designed by claude lobo.