"Quirky" doesn't even begin to describe the weirdness of the Neucom R-201 Asterozoa. With a name like that, it almost sounds like a type of spaceship. Produced by European manufacturer Neucom between 1979-1983, the Asterozoa is basically what the future was perceived to look like at the dawn of the digital age. A low-slung profile, aerodynamic design and a 2.0L boxer-4 engine producing a brisk 135 horsepower made the Asterozoa a popular choice for those needing a fancy, yet economical and spacious car.
In later years, the Asterozoa has become sort of an cult-classic and an icon of the late-70's to early-80's view of the digitalization of the world. Pastel brown, digital dashboard, and a super-sleek retro style which looks absolutely killer.
Weighing just 1110kg, the 5-meter long, front-wheel drive Asterozoa focuses more on lightness and efficiency than speed and power. That being said, it is a lot of fun to throw around with a heavy foot!
- Foglights have no depth
Enjoy the car! I hope you like it.