1955 Ford Mystere Concept

1955 Ford Mystere Concept
With its one-piece crystal roof, forward-thrusting front barriers and multiple afterburner taillamps, the Ford Mystere could precipitation from the 1950s. The Mystere’s four travelers would enter and opening through the rear-hinged swing-up covering, with the overhead containerful giving much-needed improvement thinking how much sunlight the compartment would get and that there was no path to open the glass.

Intended for a gas-turbine motor attached in the back, the Mystere is expressed to have arrived at the 1956 Chicago auto show unable to move under its own energy. It also supposedly had a radio telephone between the front rooms and an aircraft-like propel over driving system that could be moved for action from either front seat.