Archive for the ‘ Concept ’ Category
The visionaries at Rinspeed have prepared something rather interesting as their big concept for 2017. They were first going to unveil the Rinspeed Oasis at the CES show in Las Vegas, but now that they’ve finished it they are thinking maybe it’s too good for the venue. So they are also bringing it to Detroit […]
Usually it is Geneva Motor Show where the eccentric Swiss car maker Rinspeed reveals the fruit of their latest musings. But this time with the Rinspeed Oasis they just couldn’t wait till March to show it off and decided to unveil the car at the CES show in Las Vegas in January 2017.
This year the eccentric Swiss automaker Rinspeed has revealed their Geneva Motor Show concept a bit sooner than usual, probably because you need more time to understand the thing. It’s called Rinspeed Etos and it’s an autonomous concept based on the BMW i8.
Geneva Motor Show is usually the venue where the crazy Swiss company Rinspeed present their outlandish idea. This time though, they have picked the CES 2016 show in Las Vegas to present their latest creation, the Rinspeed Etos (?tos).
Nissan has revealed their lineup for the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, to be held at the end of this month, and it is an interesting one at least as far concept cars are concerned. They are bringing along three cars definitely worth seeing: Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, Nissan Gripz Concept, and a weird […]
The crossover market is pretty busy at the moment, and the reason for that is these things sell like hot cakes. The world really doesn’t need another new crossover, unless it is so different, it basically starts a new niche. That’s what a new Nissan Crossover Concept, set for IAA debut, promises to do.
We have already showed you what ARES Performance has in store for the Mercedes G-Class in terms of a tuning package. But that’s just the beginning. It these renderings of ARES Design Mercedes G63 concept are anything to go by, the tuner has bigger plans for the iconic SUV.
Following a few mysterious teasers, some of which we admittedly mistook for teasers for the upcoming Chiron hypercar, the amazing Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo virtual concept finally breaks cover. The car will soon hit Playstations everywhere, but before that it will make a quick stop at the 2015 IAA.
This weird thing you see above is supposed to clue you in as to what the new Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo Concept looks like, although it looks more like a sledge or something. The important thing is, Bugatti is joining the Vision Gran Turismo movement and that is cause for celebration.
The newly formed tuner ARES Performance, founded, as we have mentioned before, by former Lotus CEO Dany Bahar, has a division called ARES Concept. As the name suggests, this division works on conceptual projects which could, potentially, result in a production model. Here’s ARES’s idea of a perfect Bentley SUV.
Audi keeps the development of their autonomous technologies in high gear as they take a new, 2015 version of the Audi RS 7 Piloted Driving to the Sonoma Raceway in America for speed and handling test. While in the U.S., Audi also discussed with political leaders and Silicon Valley innovators on the prospect of piloted […]
Italian super car makers have developed a habit of selling their one-off design study concepts. That is completely understandable, because why let them gather dust in a museum when you can earn millions selling them to wealthy enthusiasts? The latest one-off to hit the auction block is the Lamborghini Concept S.
We’ve been waiting for a new Alpine sports car for years, and now that it has arrived it is yet another “celebration” concept that previews a car that might be released next year. The Alpine Celebration Concept was unveiled at Le Mans where it served as a slight distraction from the race.
Following a couple of highly intriguing teasers Chrysler has now dropped full pictures and details of their new Vision Gran Turismo virtual concept called the SRT Tomahawk. Not only is the car named after a missile, it goes like one too, at least in the make-believe world of video games.
SRT is dead as a brand, but Chrysler is sort of reviving it for the new concept they are developing for the Vision Gran Turismo thing. It’s a virtual concept – a design exercise, if you will – called SRT Tomahawk and it looks rather good.