DAF vs. FAF: A New Salvo; OSI DAF City Car

That's a microcar with suicide doors. Johnson's goose cooking suicide doors. But just two, as the driver's side features a Tjorven-style slider. That combo is... well, it's unique. And Dutch/Italian is way cooler than plain old French. Predicting a near-future where traffic snarls and general congestion would make life in the city (or at least parking) miserable, the Dutch rubber band mad men of DAF teamed up with the slick Italian coachbuilder OSI to produce the City Car concept. Why suicide doors? Why the hell not? Fine, they are supposed to make the car more practical. We also love the white vinyl-look interior. Especially the door padding. A few more dangerous pics after the jump.

DAF vs. FAF: A New Salvo; OSI DAF City Car

DAF vs. FAF: A New Salvo; OSI DAF City Car

DAF vs. FAF: A New Salvo; OSI DAF City Car

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