This is the MG Cyberster, a decidedly exotic ride developed by MG Advanced Design Centre in London that draws on the brand’s tradition of designing roadster.
While Lexus is one of the pioneer in luxury hybrid vehicles, it is not known for EVs. Especially not in stateside where its first UX 300e is not available. But with the unveiling of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified BEV Concept, there’s a new hope for a Lexus BEV in North America.
What you see here is the Lotus E-R9 Next-Gen EV Endurance Racer. It is not a flying car, if that’s what deriving from the post title. The E-R9 is an electric race car planned for 2030, but it has an aerodynamic that Lotus Cars’ Chief Aerodynamicist, Richard Hill, described as “partly driven like a car …
Well, that was quick. After revealing the Team Fordzilla P1 Concept Race Car back in August 2020, the first-ever gamer-collaborated virtual car has been turned into a real car in December 2020.
Why should SUVs look like one that does grocery run and dropping kids at soccer practice? If every SUV looks the Toyota RAV-4 Rally Car Concept, perhaps more men will be inclined getting behind the wheel of one (and even volunteering for anything that requires him to drive the car).
Concept cars. The cars we love to hate because, they mostly are so outlandish (in a good way) that they never see the light of production. Sometimes, this concept never even see the light of the stage in any motor show. And they remain largely as design studies.
If astronaut is a person trained and work in space, then shouldn’t we, urban dwellers, called Urbanaut? I do not take credit for the word. The credit goes to MINI. Urbanaut is MINI’s vision of future autonomous vehicle, and boy, do I love to hate it.
Concept automotive designer Abimelec Arellano has whipped a wild concept arctic expedition vehicle that is sure to swoon over the super rich explorers. What you see here is a Rolls-Royce Cullinan-based Arctic Expedition Concept and as you can see, it needs little to no narration. The pictures speak volume.
Wind. It is nature’s gift for humans, so we could harness it to generate electricity without suffocating her (and ourselves). But do you know, wind could also a source of power for cars too? And no, we are not talking about cars with sails. It is more like a windmill on wheels.
Say what you will about Tesla Cybertruck. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying that many have been smitten by the geometric design. The radical design has inspired many CyberThings, ranging from laptop to RC boat to a futuristic bunker to Cyberquad and Cyberbike.