This year Magna Steyr will be revealing the MILA Alpin, an innovative and extremely compact off-road concept car, capable of climbing 45 degree inclines.

The Austrian based Magna Steyr company is maybe best known for contract building the BMW X3, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Chrysler 300C for Europe and is rumored to build the upcoming MINI SUV. Magna Steyr also helped out on Lada's Project C Concept but they also build their own concept cars. Back in 2005, Magna Steyr revealed their single-seater, 150hp, CNG powered MILA Concept, the Magna Innovation Lightweight Auto.

This year Magna Steyr will be revealing the MILA Alpin, an innovative and extremely compact off-road concept car, capable of climbing 45 degree inclines. Power will come from a clean CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) hybrid 3-cylinder engine and can seat 3+1, but we will have to wait and see at the show how 3+1 seating works.

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Magna Steyr MILA Alpin Concept at Geneva