Still, if the Speedback GT is anything it's a good example of two worlds, or rather two very different times in which cars were built and driven, colliding.
We pointed out the extraordinary single piece of wood veneer inserted in both door panels. It curves one way, then the other, but the surface is utterly smooth to the touch and looks on close inspection like it is one single shaving from the tree or burr in question.
A spokesman for the company confided that they use 3D printers for the piece, which is then veneered. Try explaining that process to the Sixties.