CUPRA did not say that its bold and sporty CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept Electric Car is race car first and urban transportation second. Though it did said that the car is the brand’s vision of its 100% all-electric brand vehicle first as a race car.
Two weeks ago, an all-electric G-Class was announced by Mercedes-Benz along with the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance and the Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS. We did not share the news with you immediately because there isn’t much to share except for Daimler is moving forward with the electric G-class.
Since becoming a sub-brand of Mercedes-Benz, Maybach never really had a model that it could call it’s own. That may change with the Concept Mercedes-Maybach EQS.
The first of Audi’s new family of concept vehicles (here we go again!), the 2021 Audi Skysphere Concept Roadster, has a design with “the clear objective of offering its occupants captivating and world-class experiences.” Well, about that, it is more like offering people outside of the vehicle a captivating experience. I mean, seriously, just take …
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.