This three-wheeled electric car is all about efficient transport. It only seats two people, so you might be looking at the city roadster of the future. If you’re wondering where the motor is, it’s inside the large back wheel.
This concept was actually designed by Lawrence Tech University undergrads, but produced by Ford Motor Company’s product development center. Some of the over the top features include a retractable food cooler, a beverage dispenser, a center-opening doors, and a slipping trunk bed.
Engineers Michael Mercier and Chris Jones have been working on a hovercraft which will feature materials like carbon fiber, aluminum, fiberglass, and marine plywood. Production of a single model will cost close to $20 million.
This car of tomorrow was showcased at Auto China 2012. Chevy is hoping this becomes the greenest car on the market. According to GM “The EN-V 2.0 concept would use technologies such as the mobility Internet, electrification and telematics to help change the automotive landscape and ensure a sustainable future for our industry,”
This Audi concept is only an example of the type of futuristic technologies that the German manufacturer is working on. One of the coolest features is the auto garage park, which will find an open spot in a parking garage, guide the car to the spot and self park it. Awesome right?!?
A rare hybrid luxury roadster, the Onyx is both efficient and fast, reaching up to 100mph. And what about the regular engine? 600bhp. If you don’t mind that it sort of looks like a duracell battery, this one might be worth waiting for.
This concept car from Lamborghini is inspired by the batmobile. If you can afford it, you will want to arrive in it 🙂
This beautiful concept was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show to rave reviews. Unfortunately, the roadster was never built, in fact the french automaker is seldom seen stateside.
GINA stands for “Geometry and functions In ‘N’ Adaptations and is a crazy cool shape shifting sports cars. The team at BMW wanted to challenge existing principles and conventional processes. The car shifts shape based on speed and weather conditions and has a textile skin that contains Spandex.
The zero emissions 2-seater hover car from VW China will be ideal for city roads and short trips. Easy to park, environmental friendly and quite cozy 🙂
The Urban’s fuel efficiency is quite spectacular. At a whopping 56 MPG in the city and 65 MPG on the highway, it’s more than just a shiny new toy. The inside is especially roomy, perfect for a young family living in the city. It even features a special baby docking station to keep your youngest safe at all times.
The Galiber will be the next in line for Bugatti, once the Veyron Gran series is complete. The final product should differ greatly from the initial concept model, as it has now seen several heads of design revamp the look twice over. Additionally, the price point is expected to remain in the lofty confines of the 7 figure club.
The estimated price for this ridiculous plug-in hybrid would be north of $1.1 million. The auto maker still has several tests to run, and benchmarks to reach before it enters production in late 2014. Sure looks pretty!
Another player in the always growing compact market, BMW’s new guy is flashy and electric. Better yet, the rear doors open from left to right, giving this rookie a very chic look. Rumor has it there is even a big brother version coming out next year.
This is a station wagon to be proud of. This stylishly practical hybrid is due out this year with an estimated price tag of $100,000. Wealthy soccer dads all over the worlds rejoice.
This two-door hatchback is Kia’s answer to BMW’s Mini Cooper. From a design standpoint, the Provo certainly looks faster than your girlfriend’s Mini. Perhaps the auto industry finally found a compact car that guys will love.
In the future, a regular Tesla just won’t do.. You will want to own something like the EYE, a cool concept all electric car that is sporty and sleek.
A car that uses fuel cells and hydrogen for fuel? Yes please. Mercedes predicts that this car is going to be on the road in 2025.
Nissan is bringing their zero emission technology to their newest SUV, the TeRRA. Finally, you can be green in and out of the city. This rugged beast is a perfect fit for those with lives as versatile as this looks.
The Saleen S7 is a limited-production, hand-built, high-performance American supercar
The body of the car, made entirely from carbon fiber, incorporates aerodynamic features that allows it to reach $160 mph effortlessly.