If you have ever seen a concept car, then there is a good chance that you were left in awe due to its futuristic looks and never seen before luxury. Well, here I will show you the ten most fascinating concept cars that are sure to leave a lasting impression on you.
Renault Morphoz France’s leading carmaker isn’t particularly known for making bold cars, but the Renault Morphoz Concept surely is a bold effort by the brand. The Morphoz essentially presents what the company envisions its electric cars to be, which is providing the luxury of switching your car from “city” mode to “travel” mode. The amazing longitudinal transformation that the car undergoes enables it to switch in between these modes, eliminating the need for you to switch the cars. Other noteworthy features include rear suicide doors, a never-seen-before interior, and a touchscreen-loaded interface.
Volvo Concept 26
Volvo has always been a pioneer in vehicle safety and presently they are also making strides towards autonomous driving. The Concept 26 by Volvo is a concrete presentation to the world on what the brand aims to deliver to their customer in the future. The Concept 26 transforms your car into a cinema, a lounger or even a deck of a boat so you enjoy the scenic nature passing by you. Volvo has promised to take full liability in case something goes wrong whenever its IntelliSafe Autopilot was engaged. Such high standards are unprecedented in the automotive industry and this will pave a faster track to an autonomous driving future.
BMW Vision Next 100
BMW has taken the definition of long-term planning to a whole new level with its Vision Next 100. The car, as the name suggests, provides a deeper look into what BMW’s future mobility will look like in the distant future. The most astounding feature of this car is its four corners transforming into wheels that expand & contract upon the driver’s input. You won’t even be able to see them as their job is done by an expansible body which makes the Vision Next 100 one of the most bizarre, yet futuristic concept cars ever unveiled. The wheels are just the beginning of an endless list of baffling features available in the Vision Next 100.
Mercedes Vision AVTR
The Avatar-inspired Mercedes Vision car is one of the liveliest concept cars ever unveiled by a manufacturer. Its ability to drive front and rear axles simultaneously and independently allows it to move sideways just like a crab at almost 30° which you can only see in a handful of cars. The sidewalk when viewed in conjunction with its lightning wheels is the most unbelievable motion that a human eye can capture. In addition to that, the AVTR is packed full of immersive & relaxing technologies that not only are a joy to connect with but at the same time are closest to being eco-friendly a car’s amenities can get.
Jaguar Vision GT
Coupe Jaguar has a rich history in the racing industry and it always strives to infuse its road-legal cars with a racing DNA. The Vision GT Coupe is a pure EV designed to conquer the virtual racetracks, and by virtual, I mean it can only be seen racing in games. Nonetheless, it boasts several impressive performance numbers such as 1900hp power output and 0-62mph in under 2 seconds. The car may not be real, but its stunning features include a Panamera resembling rear spoiler and an open & shut roof for entry and exit. Its design clues has been inspired by LeMans winning C-type & D-type racing cars that make it one realistic-looking game car.
Nissan is one of the world’s earliest adopters of EVs and the introduction of Leaf in 2010 is a testament to this claim. The BladeGlider concept as its name infers, looks much like a blade, but it packs plenty of punch for its size. The tiny theoretical car is loaded with 268hp output that is assisted by a drift mode. The fully-functional electric sportscar aims to inspire new confidence among sporty EV users with its lightweight, rear opening scissor doors and agile characteristics making it a perfect choice for enthusiasts who are always looking to try something new.
The Citroën 19_19 or as the company describes “Lounge on wheels” was presented upon the hundredth anniversary of the brand and it envisages what the brand’s EV urban commuters would look like in the near future. Unlike many other non-practical and unrealistic concept cars, the Citroën 19_19 is a rather practical concept car that the company claims aims to provide a living room experience. The aviation-inspired design focuses on making the car aerodynamically smoother which helps in attaining a maximum range of 800 km and a top speed of 200km/h. The retractable steering wheel points to a fully autonomous yet drivable car that is well-suited to be driven inside the city.
Koenigsegg has several world records under its belt and such a prestigious brand deserves an equally good concept car. The RAW is a 700hp proposed concept car designed for the Swedish hypercar maker by the Finnish designer Esa Mustonen. The car may have designed by an outsider, but it was the company’s founder’s inputs that made the task possible. The effortless sporty design is further complemented by unique butterfly sort of doors that are a must in any hypercar. The use of ultra-lightweight materials and Koenigsegg’s revolutionary three-cylinder engine gives it a perfect body-weight ratio of 1:1.
If there is one brand that defines luxury and superior travel experience, then it is none other than Rolls Royce. The 103EX is the first concept car ever made by the brand and is in essence Rolls-Royce’s Vision Next 100. Its most striking features are its side opening roof and a trunk at the center, both of which redefine the concept of effortless luxury. The concept might look like a huge leap from the present offering by the brand and it in fact is, but it only portrays the transformations that the uber-expensive cars will undergo. In short, Rolls-Royce cars will still remain the world’s most customizable cars even after 100 years.
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Bugatti T99 Street
The Bugatti T99 Street, as of now, is just limited to drawing boards and is currently showcased on social media platform Behance. The T99 concept shares striking similarities with Bugatti’s earliest offerings and is primarily a hypercar in disguise of a small but fast & agile jet. The back-to-back positioning of dual seats allows for a compact and air-cutting design that is of crucial importance in any hypercar. The T99, at its core, intends to provide a race car experience without compromising the luxury and serenity that is a hallmark of any multi-million-dollar car.
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