Citroën SM designer Robert Opron's haphazardly futuristic Renault Fuego is not a car you can call bland.
Go to Detroit and you will expect to see muscle cars, American classics, hot rods, the odd Lamborghini, but you will not expect to see Robert Opron’s rolling spaceship from 1970.
Two years before they left the US market in 1995, Alfa Romeo jettisoned rear-wheel drive. Their vehicle of abandonment was a quirky plastic sports car built on a classic transaxle layout: the ES-30.
Sometimes, the French are even more French than anyone could imagine them to be. Meet the Citroën GS, star of a great little music video.