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Italians from I.D.E.A. Institute presents the Sofia concept at Geneva Motor Show

in All, Auto
by Dan
February 27, 2010 at 12:13 pm

I.DE.A Institute of Italy will present at the third annual a new concept at Geneva Motor Show. This time, it’s about a hybrid powered sedan that offers four seats.

Italians from I.DE.A Studio will present a four-seat sedan at the Geneva Motor Show equipped with a hybrid propulsion system.

This concept is symbolic as a continued tendency of I.D.E.A. to renovate the company, which began in 2007. According to designers from I.DE.A Studio, the SOFIA concept focuses on sportiveness and elegance.

The Italians that have drawn this car describe SOFIA’s lines as being graceful and supple, and its form is similar to that of a woman.

The lights of blocks of this concept presents a fascinating aspect and the fact that the model is designed specifically to be a hybrid it fit perfectly into the ecological trend of the Geneva Motor Show.

“We are now once present at the Geneva Motor Show with a model designed and built entirely by the I.DE.A Institute. We again confirm our design philosophy and point out that we are ready to work closely with our clients mainly in Europe, Asia and South America, “said Pietro Lardini, the CEO of the I.DE.A. Institute.

Image source: I.DE.A

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