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Concepts : Car Reviews And News

2021 Toyota Mirai Concept Is a Major Upgrade

2021 Toyota Mirai Concept Is a Major Upgrade
First revealed back in 2013, the Toyota Mirai is innovative in that it’s one of the few consumer vehicles on the road which runs on hydrogen power. Its systems then convert that hydrogen to electricity to drive its motor, and emitting only a little bit of water as its sole tailpipe emission.
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Concepts from Future Past: The Pontiac Stinger

Concepts from Future Past: The Pontiac Stinger
Long before Kia put the name to good use, Pontiac took us to the “excitement edge” with its futuristic Stinger. The 1989 Stinger Concept was created as a sporty, recreational vehicle, and revealed just one year after the Pontiac Banshee concept.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1954 DeSoto Adventurer II

Concepts from Future Past: 1954 DeSoto Adventurer II
Having operated from 1928 to 1961, Chrysler’s DeSoto nameplate is but a distant memory, though the company did manage to turn out quite a few cars during its lifetime. One of the more impressive designs to emerge from DeSoto was the Adventurer II, a concept car shown in 1954.
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Concepts from Future Past: Porsche Tapiro

Concepts from Future Past: Porsche Tapiro
Traveling to auto shows, we get to see a whole lot of cool and unusual concept cars. They may serve as inspiration for production vehicles, but the majority of them never go into production themselves. Once such concept was the Porsche Tapiro.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1967 Bertone Pirana

Concepts from Future Past: 1967 Bertone Pirana
Designed back in 1967 for the London Motor Show, the Bertone Pirana (also known as the Jaguar Pirana) was gorgeous 2+2 coupe that started out as a Jaguar E-Type. The car was designed to show that Bertone could match the offerings of Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Ferrari and Maserati.
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Concepts from Future Past: 2005 Holden EFIJY

Concepts from Future Past: 2005 Holden EFIJY
While most automotive concepts look forward to the future, or at most embrace a few key design attributes of classic cars, this unusual concept car from GM’s Australian Holden division was almost entirely a retro-style hot rod.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1969 Fiat Abarth 2000 Scorpione

Concepts from Future Past: 1969 Fiat Abarth 2000 Scorpione
Designed by the inimitable Pininfarina, this gorgeous concept car embraced the best of Italian sportscar design, while sporting the almost always daft underpinnings of Fiat’s Abarth division. The one-off prototype was based on the chassis of a Fiat Abarth 2000 Sport Spider, but clearly had a dramatically more impressive body design than its sibling.
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Artist Renders Toyota GR Supra Shooting Brake Concept

Artist Renders Toyota GR Supra Shooting Brake Concept
Having spent some time behind the wheel of the new 2020 GR Supra, I proclaim myself among the fans of Toyota and BMW’s coupe collaboration. It’s offers up a wonderfully pure driving experience, has an awesome exhaust note, and can powerslide through corners with the best of them.
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Toyota Shows off High-efficiency Solar EV Tech

Toyota Shows off High-efficiency Solar EV Tech
The biggest issue with getting people to convert to purely electric vehicles is the charging process. It can take a very long time to juice up their battery packs, and sometimes it’s hard to find an available charging station when you need one.
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Awesome Car Designs by Khyzyl Saleem

Awesome Car Designs by Khyzyl Saleem
UK graphic artist Khyzyl Saleem has a great eye for cool cars. He illustrates the kind of over-the-top vehicles that we all wish we had in our Hot Wheels collections when we were kids. While some of his images are completely original car designs, many are based on existing sports cars, but amped up to a whole new level, with amazing graphics, aero effects and other mods.
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Concepts from Future Past: Alfa Romeo Carabo

Concepts from Future Past: Alfa Romeo Carabo
Auto designers certainly fell in love with wedge-shaped cars in the late 1960s. With many of the best known examples of the wedge design coming out of Europe, it’s no surprise that at least one bears the Alfa Romeo nameplate.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Nissan 126X

Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Nissan 126X
Maybe it’s because it was my childhood, but I still feel like the late 1960s and 1970s produced the greatest concept car designs ever. There were lots of wedge-shaped sports coupes with dramatic lines, space-age cockpits, and a complete lack of practicality.
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BMW Vision M NEXT Concept Teases Possible Future i8

BMW Vision M NEXT Concept Teases Possible Future i8
BMW’s i8 is one of the coolest looking production cars ever made, as it is basically a concept car that you can actually own. Now, BMW is teasing what the next generation of hybrid supercars might look like with the reveal of the Vision M NEXT.
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Rare 1970 Ferrari Modulo Concept Car Sounds Off

Rare 1970 Ferrari Modulo Concept Car Sounds Off
The 1960s and 1970s gave us some of the coolest looking concept cars of all time. The streamlined wedge-shaped cars were my personal favorites, like the Lamborghini Marzal, the Toyota EX-III, and this gloriously futuristic machine, the 1970 Ferrari Modulo 512.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1975 Opel GT/W Geneve

Concepts from Future Past: 1975 Opel GT/W Geneve
The beautiful Open GT/W Geneve was a concept car developed by the German manufacturer, and first seen at the Geneva Motor Show in 1975. The 2-seater was designed around the Wankel rotary engine, which is why the car was given the designation GT/W instead of the typical GT.
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