|"Locus" in English refers to a point or place. I guess Germans just use it to refer to the place you gotta go. |
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| Rinspeed wrote |
I vaguely remember seeing a GT90 at display at a car show, but I wasn´t really sure. Well we learn something new every day!
| victorvance wrote |
it's not an Audi. Audi didn't do it. It's just an home made by fan. Ford GT90 is real: www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=76
| sajmon14 wrote |
I think it is okay to name it as an Audi. As far as I know the Ford GT90 was also only designed on a computer but we list them as a Ford. But I can be wrong here and there was one build in real life. Anyway I think it can remain named as an Audi!
|it is based on that car, but the problem is it's just a 3d model, I think it wasn't made in real life so dunno how to list it|
| Tuppence870 wrote |
Audi really made a car called "Locus"??? In the German language locus (pronounced "Lokus") is another word for toilet!
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|2007 Audi Locus Concept|
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