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Hyundai is going all out with its IONIQ brand’s lineup of electric vehicles of the future. The timeless design of the EVs in the kitty combines elements of past, present and future automotive aesthetics. The IONIQ 6 electrified sedan is a grand example of the South Korean automotive giant’s vision of the future, and the dreamy world premiere was an eye-opening representation of the fact. A stretched luxury sedan that’ll leave nothing to long for if executed to perfection.
The 2073 Gravitational Force Engine is a concept centered on the use of a revolutionary engine that uses an advanced mechanism to power the vehicles of 2073. Yes, that timeline is quite a long way off, and imagining the technological advancements by then is going to be mind-boggling! This concept engine design envisions our ability to extract the infinite sources of energy contained in black holes. Read More.
The Cargobox is designed to be an urban-specific vehicle wth a form factor that’s only concerned with functionality and nothing else. Since it operated within the city and aerodynamics are therefore not a major concern, the Cargobox takes on an almost Minecraft-inspired aesthetic with a literally boxy design that makes optimal use of available interior space. The Cargobox doesn’t cut corners… in fact, it pretty much embraces them! Read More.
Designed by Swiss-based Black Sheep Innovations, these hidden taillight drawers are absolute genius, going to show that no idea is TOO ridiculous, and no space too small to be used as storage. The Rear Light Drawers cleverly sit in a hidden area right behind your taillight. When closed shut, there’s absolutely no way of knowing that there’s anything behind there, but open the taillight and a long drawer comes cascading out. Read More.
The only thing missing is the seatbelt. Designed to be pretty much the last word in racing rigs, this bad boy from Logitech and Playseat is as real as it gets. The “Trophy – Logitech G Edition” is a $599 rig that fits Logitech’s $1000 racing wheel, pedals, and connects to a host of gaming setups. The setup is customizable, so you can put the wheel and pedal right where you want them. It’s worth noting that the Trophy supports wheel and pedal modules from other brands too. Read More.
Designed by Karan Adivi, Lamborghini Aventador Redesign is no different. Look at it and it still feels like a Lamborghini, but just like the Countach got its revival last year, the Aventador gets a flavor upgrade, and hey, it definitely looks spicier. Adivi’s Aventador redesign is interesting because it balances aggression with sophistication. The new Aventador doesn’t look like a bar pub brute, but like a modern-day assassin. Read More.
Like other leading automotive manufacturers’ sustainability is at the top of Nissan’s agenda too. Reason enough for them to launch a series of vehicles at the Nissan Futures event in Yokohama, Japan from February 4th to March 1st. This Tron-like sports car of the future was initially just a digital blueprint more than a year ago when initially revealed. Now, finally, the two-seater Nissan has come to life for good. Read More.
Porsche has completed 75 years of passionate car making, and they’re celebrating in style with the Vision 357 concept. This special edition coupe is a nod to the iconic 356 Roadster, Porsche’s first-ever sports car that arrived in June 1948. The celebration model adopts its sloping flyline, broad shoulders and aero coverings. The two-seater performance car is a self-birthday present imbibing the nostalgia of the 356 coupe DNA – fusing the past, present and future. Read More.
Lazzarini Design Studio is already renowned for its future-forward prototypes or concept designs, This is the Plectrum superyacht that minuscules anything riding on hydrofoils currently, and by a fair margin, to put it modestly. The vessel should make it past the drawing boards into the production lines by 2025. The 74-meter yacht concept inspired by the American cup sailing yachts is an ambitious design given the complexities of the hydrofoil technology. Read More.
Polestar is making steady progress in reinforcing its stronghold in the electric vehicle market. The convertible has left the automotive community wondering why this is not a production version that the Swedish-Chinese automaker is considering bringing to the roads well before 2026. Now another electric car concept has left me wondering what if Polestar actually pushes this one on the production lines? Read More.
At CES 2023 Peugeot unveiled an electric vehicle projecting its vision of what future cars will be like. While we are unlikely to see an exact road-legal version by the manufacturer anytime soon, it will definitely inspire future technologies. That said, the aesthetics in the 2025 models could have a likeliness to the Peugeot Inception EV concept. The ride boasts level 4 autonomy and on the inside, it is cocooned in exciting technology and luxury. Read More
What if a smart car has the emotional intellect of the vehicles depicted in “Cars” movie and the futuristic aptitude of Knight Rider? At CES 2023 BMW has unveiled just what we imagined in pipedreams. Meet i Vision Dee concept of the future that we had the chance to experience in real at the ongoing show in Las Vegas. The electric performance sedan is centered around minimalism while being rich in immersive interaction with the user thanks to its visual, auditory and graphical elements.
The self-driving concept trike christened ECO is a stark view of sophistication level 5 autonomy will bring to the fore. ECO has a trio of hubless wheels – with the two on the front reinforced with massive suspension systems to take on any bump on the road. This trike has familiar classic aerodynamic lines contoured perfectly to make the thing look uber cool. It’s clearly tailored for urban life dominated by self-driving electric or hydrogen-powered vehicles. Read More.
From an intriguing Apple Car 1 concept to a Cybertruck-inspired Tesla Model M bike – each of these drool-worthy automobiles is mercilessly pushing the boundaries of the automotive industry. Automotive enthusiasts will be itching to get their hands on them, and take them for a spin on the streets! Read More.
It takes a good 12 months at least to develop a concept car – the French marque Citroen is no exception either. But for once they’ve put their automotive building creative brains in overdrive and designed a concept chariot in collaboration with Pathé, Trésor Films, and the Editions Albert René in just three months. Citroen has chosen the iconic 2CV family car (produced between 1948 and 1990) as the inspiration for this concept. Read More.
This Type R feels seriously quick, light, chuckable and genre-beating. It just gets on with the business of driving as fast as the pilot wants, but making that driver feel like a production car series hero in the process. PROS: New more mature-looking design Brilliant handling Quicker and more responsive acceleration CONS: Exhaust note could be sportier Cabin is very red The LogR data-logger only works at certain tracks Read More.
The Lamborghini Ravietta concept, however, is a deviation from this standard. Designed by Cesar Olivera, who wanted to bring the bare-basics style of ‘brutalism’ to Lamborghini’s automotive design, the Ravietta is a slick beast, with form that seems to elevate Lamborghini’s DNA to a new level. It brings the classic simple, sleek surfacing into the future with more dynamic and exaggerated angles, and some of the thinnest headlights ever seen on a car! Read More Now!
From an intriguing Apple Car 1 concept to a transforming electric bike that goes from a performance ride to a cargo carrier in a jiffy – each of these drool-worthy automobiles is mercilessly pushing the boundaries of the automotive industry. Automotive enthusiasts will be itching to get their hands on them, and take them for a spin on the streets! Read More.
Unlike snow roads which are visible to the naked eye, black ice is indistinguishable from normal road conditions which makes it laden with danger at every corner. The only solution, to stay away from harm’s way is to put on a set of tires with spikes or put on tire chains. CONQUEROR tire designed in collaboration with the Nexen Tire Corporation (a world-leading South Korean tire maker) wants to change this, reducing the danger element to negligible. Read More.
Hyundai has projected its modern design language onto the concept cars and future prototypes which are bold and non-trivial. Now a designer envisions the shape of an electric utility terrain vehicle for the brand. The UTV carries a Cyberpunk vibe while retaining the rugged, modular and simple body aesthetics. Perhaps, the ideal four-wheeled electric vehicle for all your urban skirmishes, as well as, adventure rides to the Rockies on the odd weekend. Read More.
The idea behind this concept present are certainly radical, with a design so groundbreakingly unique it’ll make the Cybertruck look outdated. Broadly, the concept can be broken down into its three most unique aspects – the shape, the wheels, and the cockpit. While most scooters come with two equal-sized wheels, Yamaev’s concept has no such limitation. Read More Now!
The Huracan Sterrato looks quite like its predecessor, although it’s built with a few key upgrades that make it, well, terrain-worthy. It comes with fog lamps on the front as well as the roof of the car, along with mud guards on the fenders that should keep your automobile spic and span even after a rumble in the dirt. From the looks of it, the car also comes with a higher ground clearance than the Huracan, so it can glide just as well off roads as it can on them… Read More.
This grand tourer coupe for high-class nomads is straight out of artsy handbook with its extra-elongated shape, and that’s where it’s Cyberpunkish appeal lies. The core motivation for such an automotive design has to be a passion for artwork, and that’s what the Mercedes-Maybach SHOWMATIC precisely is. It’s a four-wheeled electric hunk to show off art on the flexible Showmatic Display surface embedded right between the front hood section and the windshield. Read More!
This flamboyant supercar powered by an electric powertrain is the reimagined evolution of the Zastava Automobiles brand. Although not any inspiration derived from some old model for looks, the Yugo Ampera concept is meant for the pure thrill of driving without being harmful to the environment. Marko admits that he wanted the EV supercar to look like a Lotus and adopt the technology of a Rimac Automobili based in Croatia. Read More.