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French industrial designer Phillippe Charbonneaux became the stylist of the Delahaye brand in 1946.

He went to work for a few months at the General Motors style center in Detroit to design a sports car that would become the Chevrolet Corvette.

In 1992, he introduced the Ellipsis concept and unveiled it at the Retromobile Auto Show in Paris.

At the end of 2015, twenty cars and the Pathé-Marconi Superbus were donated to the National Museum of the Cité de l'automobile in Mulhouse.

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1992 Ellipsis prototype. (©Photo by Segura)

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1992 Ellipsis prototype. (©Photo by Segura)

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1992 Ellipsis prototype. (©Photo by Segura)

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1992 Ellipsis prototype. (©Photo by Segura)

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1992 Ellipsis prototype. (©Photo by Segura)

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1992 Ellipsis prototype. (©Photo by Segura)

 
 
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