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10 Amazing Concept Cars for next Generation

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Car Lovers,
Here are 10 amazing Concept Cars for next generation.

Hybrid power-train meets sports-car fundamental.

"Boasting a powerful 3.5L V6 engine, the FT-HS is coupled with Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive® to produce a target power output of approximately 400 horsepower and a projected 0-to-60 acceleration in the 4-second range. At a mid-priced market position, the FT-HS would be a true "attainable exotic" with 21st-century performance."

2. Audi-RSQ 

"Audi RSQ with special extras – a cop car with a difference. The dominant features at the front of the RSQ are its striking xenon headlights and the self-assured front end with single-frame grille. The Audi RSQ, the car of the future, runs on four spherical wheels."

3. Lexus 2054 Concept:

Seinfeld drives Porsches, Larry David drives Toyota Prius', and apparently Steven Spielberg drives Lexus'. Or at least he did when he was making Minority Report. He reportedly asked Lexus to design him a car that would look at home in the year 2054.

4. Mazda Furai Concept: 

THE beautiful Mazda Furai idea automobile has suffered a most untimely death at the hands of none apart from high Gear. The magazine was driving the occurrence paradigm as a part of their twentieth day of remembrance issue when the automobile caught hearth and burnt to a crisp. It is unknown at this stage why the fireplace occurred.

5. Daedalus Concept by Jonathan Punter:

Jonathan Punter could be a 24-years previous student at the Royal faculty of Art’s Masters Vehicle style course. For his final year project he designed an idea vehicle specializing in a artistic movement family automobile with an internal optimised for social interaction between members of the family.

6. GENEVA 2012: Phaeton Souveren Ultimel Concept:

900hp W12. 4 Motion, with some VW interpretation of the Ferrari KERS system. It's reported that the elongated hood is need to package a large flywheel. This two passenger ultra luxury Coupe will also feature an interior design which will actually allow the vehicle to be operated as either left hand or right hand drive.

7. BMW ZX-6:

The new 2015 BMW ZX-6 Concept car. It’s actually the result of a group of projects by a small group that has a partnership with BMW. Their wanted create a car for the year 2015 that would be completely unique.

The VFV (Very Fun Vehicle) is a concept by Nuno Teixiera (see also MYBUS concept). The VFV is a funky city car concept which uses large glass panels wherever possible in order to increase the sense of space inside the car. In the event of a collision, safety of the occupants is provided by a strong tubular skeleton with built in crumple zones to reduce the force of the crash, and for side impacts toughened glass features on the lower portions of the door.

9. World Thorium Vehicle: 

Cadillac - This vehicle was designed with high-quality materials that are build to resist 100-years of daily use. There are redundancies built for all the major systems of the vehicle so even if something were to fail on the vehicle it would continue to function. This is why the vehicle has 24 wheels with individual internal induction motors. The vehicle would require the tires to be adjusted every 5 years, but no material would need to be added or subtracted.

10. Fiat Bugster Concept:

For the upcoming Sao Paolo Motor Show in Brazil, Fiat will pull the cloth off their newest toy-to-never-be-made, the Bugster, a concept car designed to excite the imaginations of the nine people still interested in dedicated soft-roaders. It is, of course, an all-electric car — as all concepts these days seem to be — with Earth-friendly and therefore non-scalable technologies like natural fibers serving as the basis for the body panels. Basically it's got a resume as green as its paint.

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