Another sweet ride from the archives. The Porsche Tapiro was designed in 1970 by Giorgetto Giugiaro and was launched at the Turin Car show that same year. Giugiaro used a newly developed "folded paper" design technique, which he invented to create the car's straight lines and sharp edges. Giugiaro went on to use his signature technique in developing other iconic cars of the time: the De Lorean (as seen in Back to the Future), The Maserati and the BMW M1. Giugiaro's style unquestionably also influenced other designs too, such as the Lamborghini, Ferrari, Audi and Bugatti. All of this influence from the Porsche Tapiro, which funnily enough never actually made it into production!