It Might Fly If It Had Wings or an Engine (Apr, 1960)
It Might Fly If It Had Wings or an Engine
AIRCRAFT-TYPE styling gem by the famed Ghia car body manufacturers, the Selene was created by the Italian company as a show car. The auto has no engine. Its purpose is to show what might be expected in car styling of the future. Two back seats, facing each other, give the back compartment a lounge-room effect, complete with bar (right). Sliding airplane-type steering wheel and double sets of instruments would allow the car to be driven from either side.