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Futuristic Isabella Concept Car Makes Jaws Drop at Frankfurt Motor Show


A stunning new concept car called the Isabella was unveiled to the public at the Frankfurt Motor Show on Tuesday. Made by lesser known German manufacturer Borgward, the Isabella is a luxurious electric car with four doors that slide out horizontally, meaning that drivers and passengers will never again have to worry about hitting their doors as they step out of the vehicle. Its modern and futuristic interior doesn't contain any buttons or nobs, instead, all the functions of the Isabella are managed from a big touch screen display.

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