TURIN – Its brown skin is inspired by the powerful buffalo of the Tibet region. Yak, the design concept to be presented by Leonardo Fioravanti at the Geneva Motor Show, has the stance and size of a beast, as well. The unusual 5-door crossover vehicle combines a selection of body configurations (wagon, multipurpose and SUV) with a rugged V-8 to power it. Under the bodywork – a basic static shell – Fioravanti, a former Pininfarina SpA, Fiat and Ferrari designer, suggests the ...

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