The Ford Pockar was a concept car built by the Turin coachbuilder Ghia in 1980.
Pockar was short for "pocket car". The car was small and narrow yet it was tall. The car had a beige coloured exterior.
This small car featured luggage compartments built in to the exterior door panels. Both side doors were cut horizontally where the lower portion dropped like a tailgate to reveal the storage compartment inside.
In addition to the two lockable luggage compartments built into the doors, there was ample luggage space inside and room for four passengers. The rear seat could also be folded down flat for increased cargo capacity turning the little car into a van type vehicle.
The side door luggage compartments protruded into the interiors of the doors, and served as armrests. Electronic instruments on the dashboard were clustered in a semi-circular pod which was clearly visible through the upper half of the steering wheel.
It's beige-coloured exterior featured two-segment doors cut horizontally. The upper portion of the door opened conventionally, but the bottom portion folded down like a tailgate.