TURIN — Filo is not like other cars. There is no steering wheel. To steer Carrozzeria Bertone SpA's Geneva concept car, a driver twists or squeezes handles mounted on a housing at the end of a long arm that protrudes from the central armrest. The handles move through full travel of just 20 degrees in either direction before the front wheels reach the extremes of the lock. Not one turn but one-tenth of a conventional steering wheel turn, and this from a conventional turning circle. And that ...
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