The AMX-2 was a design study by in-house AMC stylists Bob Nixon and Fred Hudson. The car was unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show in 1969. The AMX-II show car was intended to have a mid-mounted engine although no engine was installed in the prototype. The body was from fibreglass and featured a movable spoiler. There were two rolling prototypes made of the car.
The Amx-2 was one of a series of three cars produced by AMC, known as the AMX-1, AMX-2, and AMX-3. The first AMX-1 prototype debuted in 1966 and featured a run V8 engine.
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