GENEVA – Volkswagen AG’s Audi brand sends a message to the world that it is not about to design cars with “me-too” styling. That’s evident in the German brand’s Nuvolari Quattro concept car, which debuts here at the Geneva Motor Show. Audi didn’t just modify its current car design; it threw the baby out with the bath water. The Nuvolari 2-door coupe follows in the Gran Turismo form, with 2+2 seating and tight proportions: Its body is only 15.7 ft. (4.8 m) long, 6.3 ft. (1.92 m) wide and ...

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