When Maserati meets DeLorean, you get the $4-million Maserati Boomerang, a one-off model hitting the auction block. It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and debuted at the Turin Auto Show in 1971. By the time it hit the 1972 Geneva Motor Show, it sported a beefy 300-horsepower V8 under its hood, good for a top speed of 186mph. Continue reading for a video and more information.
“Anyway, despite the fact that it looks a little dangerous, it actually has a divided steering shaft connected by a chain which keeps the column from moving backward in the event of a crash. Furthermore, according to Giugiaro, the large, central steering wheel disc was conceived with the idea to create a space for an airbag,” according to Car Scoops.