The development of this car happened at a time when the world's automakers were displaying their futuristic cars at every autoshow. Part of the GM-X series of developmental cars, the Pontiac Cirrus Concept was a creation of GM’s design studio headed by William Mitchell.
Providing the car with soft-flow lines, this car was characterised by its large pointed nose cone along with prominent front fenders. The windscreen was curved and the body was made out of fibreglass.
The body was designed in such a way that it looked as if it was hugging the ground. The taillights were given another modification. They would be lit in blue when it was running and would turn red when a brake was applied, but if an emergency brake was applied, two additional high-intensity flashing lights would flip-open.
To give a cleaner look, the rear wheels were given removable skirts. Inside the car was an instrument panel that looked straight out of a space movie. The driver's control consisted of four control levers, 30 toggle switches, and another 30 indicator lights.
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|- Licensed product|
|- Material: Resin|
|- High precision miniature models|
|- Non-opening model|
|- On plinth (platform base)|
|- Only 408 pieces created|
|Box Dimension (in inches)||7 x 3 x 3|
|Color||Silver / Black|