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The BMW Nazca C2 (also known as Italdesign Nazca C2) was a concept sports car introduced at the 1991 Tokyo Motor Show. The car was designed by famed automotive design studio Italdesign, home of Giorgetto Giugiaro, and features a similar frontal design of a BMW. It was an evolution of the BMW Nazca M12 from 1991. The Nazca project began in 1991 when the Nazca M12 was launched at the Tokyo Motor Show. The design was derived from the Bugatti ID 90 concept unveiled a year prior
The Italdesign Nazca C2 is a concept car that was developed in collaboration between Italdesign and BMW. Alpina provided the car's . L V12 engine that produces 380 bhp and 385 lb-ft of torque. Italdesign was responsible for the styling of the Nazca C2, with the project being spearheaded by the founder, Giorgetto Giugiaro. An open-top variant known as the Nazca C2 Spider was also developed. A total of three prototype units of the Nazca C2 were produced.
A development of the Nazca M12, now much more sporty, to further emphasise the technical potentials of the carbon frame and mechanics. The interior was identical to that of the Nazca M12 but group C car carbon fibre seats were adopted to keep the overall weight down. Trivia The Italian director Carlo Vanzina chose the Nazca C2 for a scene in his 1996 film, A spasso nel tempo, together with the Aztec and the Machimoto.
Second Album was the second album released by British rock group Curved Air. It reached No. 11 in the UK Charts on 9 October 1971, and "Back Street Luv" became a UK No. 4 chart hit on 7 August 1971. Both variations of the album cover include a rainbow, a reference to the album A Rainbow in Curved Air, from which the band took their name.
Album · 2002 · 14 Songs. See All. Spiritual Music.
Recorded between April 2005-December 2008 by Nazca Mixed by Nazca June 2007-February 2010. Rights Society: Teosto.
Faced with either a carbon copy of the first album or simply a lack of originality and invention, all the facets that made you love the debut have been removed and replaced with a tired, commercialised sound that sounds like a record company suit with dollar sign for eyes has written the majority of the record himself. A sadly crushing realisation all of us have probably had the misfortune to experience on more than one occasion.