Prototypes

Hyundai RM20e Is an All-electric, Rear-wheel Drive Beast

Hyundai RM20e Is an All-electric, Rear-wheel Drive Beast
Hyundai has unveiled a prototype electric performance car known officially as the RM20e Racing Midship Sports Car. Based on a Veloster N body, the vehicle is entirely electric and uses a rear-wheel-drive platform that puts its motor midship to help with handling, balance, and agility.
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The Omega Eco Car Aims for 100 mph and Dodge Viper-like Acceleration

The Omega Eco Car Aims for 100 mph and Dodge Viper-like Acceleration
Fuel economy and high-performance aren’t things that are typically said in the same sentence. Sure, the Tesla Model S can be speedy and doesn’t burn an ounce of gasoline, but it needs charging. Now a car builder has constructed an exciting car that aims to be fuel-efficient at over 100 miles per gallon while promising a 0-60 mph time of under four seconds.
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200 mph 2005 Ford GT Prototype Sold at Auction

200 mph 2005 Ford GT Prototype Sold at Auction
Ford started remaking the Ford GT in the last couple of years as a modern hypercar. Before the current generation GT was the early 2000s GT, which was a throwback tribute to the ’60s original, the GT40.
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McLaren’s First Street-legal Car is Up for Sale

McLaren’s First Street-legal Car is Up for Sale
The McLaren M6GT was the first road-legal car that McLaren ever made. The car was meant to be a homologated version of the McLaren M6A Can-Am race car, and was powered by a Chevy V8 engine.
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The Green Hell Draws Prototypes Like Flies to Honey

The Green Hell Draws Prototypes Like Flies to Honey
This is one of the coolest videos that has turned up for car guys and gals in a while. This compilation was captured at the Nürburgring, and shows off a variety of prototype cars being tested around the famed German circuit.
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Porsche Museum: Project Top Secret!

Porsche Museum: Project Top Secret!
I recently posted a video from CAR Magazine, who got to sneak inside of the elusive Porsche prototype warehouse to get a look at some truly exotic and one-of-a-kind vehicles. Now, the nearby Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany will be showing off some of its top secret projects and prototypes in a new exhibit.
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