• Aston Martin Lagonda SUV

    Aston Martin Lagonda SUV

    Looking like it’s been sent directly from a civilization in outer space, far more advanced than our own, the Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept hints at the intriguing “radical, sector-defining zero-emission”Lagonda SUV scheduled for released in 2021. The British carmaker promises it will be the world’s first fully-electric and ultra-stylish SUV. It will also be the first Lagonda production car since the luxury sedan of 1989, so we’re expecting big things.

  • Lexus LF-1 Limitless

    Lexus LF-1 Limitless

    Lexus’ LF-1 Limitless concept design is said to be like molten metal being forged into a fine Japanese sword. Take one look at the lines on this car and you see what they mean. It combines performance with luxury and is geared toward the future, with options for a gas, plug-in hybrid or all-electric powertrain. By 2025, every Lexus model will be available as a dedicated electric model or have an electrified option. The LF-1 also features a chauffeur mode …cotinue reading

  • Toyota FT-AC

    Toyota FT-AC

    The Future Toyota Adventure Concept (FT-AC) is an outdoor-inspired concept vehicle that’s ready to support your active lifestyle. With all-terrain tires and plenty of ground clearance, it is rugged and ready for off-roading. A versatile torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system with variable terrain-response settings, along with 4-wheel lock functionality give you the confidence to tackle everything from everyday commuting to getting off the grid. Wherever you’re heading, FT-AC will be the perfect way to get there.

  • GM Surus Autonomous Truck

    GM Surus Autonomous Truck

    Short for the Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure, the GM Surus Autonomous Truck is a cab-less vehicle that is built to haul and deliver. Relying on its Hydrotec fuel cell system for power and autonomous functions, it doesn’t even need a driver. With a futuristic design and feel, it is essentially a self-moving platform you can use to load and secure cargo. Built strong and tough, with a delivery range of 400 miles on a single charge, it may look …cotinue reading

  • BMW 8 Series Concept

    BMW 8 Series Concept

    Unmistakably a BMW, the Concept 8-Series also offers distinctive design ideas and form-building techniques that are prominently in the car’s surfacing. Brimming with character, it embodies crisps lines, clear surfaces, and a refreshingly clean silhouette. The front end is sporty, low-slung, and visually striking and the back end is bold and modern. A preview of a model BMW is introducing in the coming year, the BMW Concept 8-Series builds on BMW’s luxury sports car reputation and adds an even more …cotinue reading

  • Jaguar I-Pace Concept

    Jaguar I-Pace Concept

    Jaguar’s first all-electric vehicle is an animalĀ and one that promises to be rolling off the production line in just two years. You’ll reach 60mph in just four seconds in the Jaguar I-Pace Concept, its combined motors good for 400hp and up to 220 miles of range off of a full charge.

  • Lexus UX Concept

    Lexus UX Concept

    Looking as menacing as something out of Mad Max, you’d never guess the growling Lexus UX Concept was designed in a studio in the south of France. All sharp, knife-like edges — even on the wheels — and an eerie web-like interior. There’s no middle ground with this one, you’ll either love it or hate it. We think it’s great.

  • Porsche Mission E

    Porsche Mission E

    Recently first revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Porsche Mission E promises to give Telsa a silent run for its money. This four door concept boasts a potential driving range of over 300 miles and sports an 800-vvolt battery system that can be charged in an astonishingly low 15 minutes.

  • Lincoln Continental Concept

    Lincoln Continental Concept

    There’s an all-new majestic grille affixed to the front of the kingly Lincoln Continental Concept, surrounded by stunning five-segment LED headlights with sequential daytime running illumination, repeated in red round back. The graceful beast rides on glorious 15-spoke alloys, while the body is decorated with occasional chrome accents. Inside is as regal as out.

  • Snow Crawler

    Snow Crawler

    As concepts go, this is quite literally one of the coolest we’ve seen. For those who love snow, but the cold not so much, the Snow Crawler, unlike regular snowmobiles, offers an exquisitely designed cabin and is powered by highly efficient electric drive. Yet another reason to do all we can to stop global warming.