Created for the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, the Turbo Concept was an extreme version of the M1 supercar. Like it, the Turbo had a low profile, mid-mounted engine, and long sloping nose.
Paul Bracq was director of design and added many unique touches including a more rounded front nose, gullwing doors, rear fender skirts and a more sculpted rear end.
The interior was well detailed, and boasted a bevy of odd instrumentation that was likely inspired by the intense cockpits of fighter jets. Included were passive safety, design and, not least, driver assistant systems.