Great Concept Cars - Will We See them?

Ferrari Concept

Luca Serafini, a designer based in Modena, Italy produced this concept as a theoretical replacement for the Ferrari F430. Working independently from Ferrari, Serafini created the Ferrari Concept 2008 as a computer model. Proposed power for the concept could come from a mid-mounted V8, like the F430.

2014 Lamaserati Concept Cars

LaMaserati hypercar is a concept created by Staffordshire University graduate Mark Hostler transportation design.
Was created as a virtual Maserati and Maserati flagship for the conceptual, to take over the spot left MC12. A previous MC12 is based on the Ferrari Enzo chassis – the chassis LaMaserati will be based on LaFerrari.
As you can see the exterior appearance of the successor MC12 aliens have nothing to do with LaFerrari. Maserati will drop high-tech weight loss KERS system and offer a more old-school driving experience with a 6.3-liter V12 Ferrari-sourced engine.

Maserati Birdcage

The Pininfarina Designed Maserati Birdcage was revealed at the 2005 Geneva Motorshow. Built on the Maserati MC12 chassis, weight for a production Birdcage should be in the region of 1111 kgs (2450 lbs). This weight is achieved with the use of carbon fibre bodywork and an aluminium and carbon fibre frame.
maserati birdcage 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Audi A9 Hybrid Sports Sedan

Spanish independent designer Daniel Garcia decided to give the world his a new interpretation of BMW’s Vision Concept that’s seen from Audi’s (unofficial) perspective.Enter the Audi A9, this not only fits the category for Hybrid and Concept but also wishes to have a Sports Sedan
tag added to the name.


Before the Second World War, the luxury car is used to own the really small production run and offer the coachwork crafted for the wealthy few fortunate enough to get them. Those that still alive now are always exquisite the example of automotive craftsmanship and see how. The 2015 Bugatti Gangloff will be that kind of luxury car to buy. Someone with the enough wealth only will be able to get it. They will be able to feel what the automotive craftsmanship feels about a luxury car. For this reason, this car is waited to be the luxury car to buy.

2015 Bugatti Gangloff concept specs

2015 Bugatti Gangloff New Specs

The Diseno arts tell that the name 2015 Bugatti Gangloff is from the French coachbuilder that makes the special custom version of the Type 57 S/C Atalante in 1938. It is the unique name, since the ridge that uses down the middle of the concept, along with the fastback and the split window design are the all offerings of the Bugatti Type 57 S/C Atlantic. These two things are the main features that we can find on this luxurious car. We can find the different window design in this car. The design of the window is cooler and enhances the appearance of Bugatti car.
2015 Bugatti Gangloff concept interior steering wheel

2015 Bugatti Gangloff Interior

The nomenclature rumor notwithstanding, 2015 Bugatti Gangloff is still the wonderful car. It is not reimagining of the last car either, as there are several Veyron elements shows in the design as well, but they do well together. The interior rents heavier from the Veyron than the exterior. The exterior of Bugatti is different from the Veyron. It does not take inspiration from the Veyron exterior. It only takes the interior design idea of it. So when we get into this car, we will feel the look of Veyron there. The Veyron atmosphere is so felt there.

2015 Bugatti Gangloff New Design

It is hard to look something that owns the soul and can squeeze out the positive mark on the heart. Bugatti is not just a car with nothing but this is a car that brings a soul. Those who have it can feel like they have an emotion connection with this car. That is why we will love this car and never want to leave it. We do own the point, and it only creates it all the more heart wrenching when we feel that it is only design learning, and the chance of 2015 Bugatti Gangloff ever looking production is nil.

2015 Bugatti Gangloff Gallery


Porsche 918 Spyder Concept

Porsche don’t often do concept cars, and when they do they’re almost always just ‘special edition’ models of something they already make.The 918 Spyder Concept is a hybrid powered two-seat sports car which looks kind of like a cross between an updated Carrera GT and a Boxster Spyder. It has a low-slung stance, buldging wheel arches and jumble of vents, intakes and grilles which all hint at the potential performance.
porsche 918 spyder concept 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Citroen Survolt

In 2010 Geneva Motor Show, Citroen unveiled its new concept car – Survolt. It is an all-electric car concept that presents an aerodynamic design combining “flowing lines (that) convey agility, precision and vitality – with a powerful, muscular character contained in its refined and luxurious frame.”
citroen survolt concept car design 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs


Renault DeZir

The Renault DeZir is an electric powered sports car concept which is set to go on show at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.
renault dezir concept 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Peugeot 4002

The Peugeot 4002 concept was designed by Stefan Schulze, the winner of an amature design competion by Peugeot. The theme of the competition was to design a distant future Peugeot vehicle.
peugeot 4002 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Citroen GT

The concept was designed for Gran Turismo 5. It features an electric drive train powered by a fuel cell with no pollutant emissions. It is a car designed to square up to the strongest competition. The car is the result of a partnership between Citro├źn and Polyphony, designer of the driving simulation game Gran Turismo 5 on Playstation 3.
citroen gt concept car 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics

The new Vision concept of BMW, car for the efficient dynamics philosophy will become a production model in 2013. Sport fans call this concept “The car of the future”. I bet it is!
BMW showed the EfficientDynamics Concept Car in 2009, and it was designed for several purposes, firstly to be an outrageous looking show car, secondly to highlight the ‘EfficientDynamics’ range of production cars with better fuel economy, stop start technology and a range of eco friendly measures to make the production models greener, and finally, the concept was shown to give clues to a forthcoming BMW sports car that the brand wants to use to take some of the limelight away from the Audi R8, that has acted as a fantastic halo car for the Audi brand.
The concept car itself is a wonderful blend of surfaces that takes a lot of design cues from BMW’s earlier M1 Homage concept car, and power is supplied by a 3 cylinder diesel engine combined with 2 electric motors – one in each axle, which give a combined power of 356 hp, and a torque level of 590 lb/ft, with charge for the electric motors coming from a Lithium Polymer battery, which can be plugged in to recharge from a conventional power supply.
BMW EfficientDynamics Concept Front
BMW EfficientDynamics Concept Rear

Audi A9 Hybrid Sports Sedan

Spanish independent designer Daniel Garcia decided to give the world his a new interpretation of BMW’s Vision Concept that’s seen from Audi’s (unofficial) perspective.Enter the Audi A9, this not only fits the category for Hybrid and Concept but also wishes to have a Sports Sedan
tag added to the name.
audi a9 concept hybrid sports sedan 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Mercedes F700 Concept Car

Mercedes Benz defined the F700 concept as a “Research Car”as it used an experimental “diesotto” engine that combined the high power of the spark-ignition engine with the torque and great fuel economy of a diesel. The engine was able to produce the power of the equivalent 3.5 litre V6 petrol engine, despite only having a capacity of 1.8 litres.
The styling was a combination of the S-class, along with the overall S-class dimensions, but with the swooping curves of body and roofline seen on the earlier CLS production car.
Mercedes Benz F700 Concept Front
Mercedes Benz F700 Concept Side

BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics

The new Vision concept of BMW, car for the efficient dynamics philosophy will become a production model in 2013. Sport fans call this concept “The car of the future”. I bet it is!
bmw vision efficient dynamics concept car 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Toyota FT-HS Hybrid Sports Concept

The Toyota FT-HS Hybrid Sports Concept is a sports car concept which could fill a gap in Toyota’s model lineup left vacant since 1997 and the passing of the Toyota Supra.
toyota ft hs 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

Audi O

The Audi O concept was designed to fuse a powerful and innovative audio system with a stylish and sporty four-seat hatchback. The exterior design uses several Audi trademark styling themes, especially at the front where the square grille sits neatly between the LED headlights.
audi o concept design 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs

The Stunning Renault Kwid Concept Car

renault kwid concept feeldesain open2 300x169 The Stunning Renault Kwid Concept Car
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The Renault Kwid Concept car which was shown during the Delhi Auto Show is an unmanned aerial vehicle or UAV. A more popular term for a UAV is “drone.” This makes the Kwid a drone on the road should it ever get into production except there is space for a driver who will be able to see far ahead for traffic and take aerial photos of any obstacles on the road.
The drone gadget, which is referred to as the Flying Companion, on the Kwid is stored at the rear roof of the concept car. When the driver activates it, the drone is released into the air and runs on 4 motors. This drone can be operated automatically through a pre-programmed sequence in the car’s GPS or operated manually by the driver.
Looking at the Kwid’s design, it is a modern-day or perhaps, futuristic version on the buggy because it has mud guards, wheel arches, and big wings. The Kwid that was put on display at the show was a 4 wheel drive although there are talks that if it ever gets into production, it will be available as a 2 wheel drive.
Other specs on the Kwid are: a 1.2 liter turbo-charged engine, dual clutch transmission, an option for an electric motor, 2-toned seats, yellow trim dash, and a bird’s nest white polymer interior. The driver’s seat is at the middle making it possible to have both left-hand and right-hand drive. The concept car can carry passengers and they have access to control buttons that would allow them to adjust the air-conditioning vents located at the back side of the driver’s seat.
According to Renault, they are interested in putting the car into production but only for the Indian market. If it does go into production, the time line would be in 2 years and marketing would target Indian yuppies; the ones generally considered to be interested in new trends.

Honda FC Sport

The Honda FC Sport concept is a fuel cell powered vehicle which was unveiled at the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show. The car was created by the Advanced Design Studio of Honda R&D Americas, in Pasadena, California.


Dolphin Concept Car Has a Surprising Amount of Space for the Kids

For those family men and women out there who cannot justify the purchase of a hot little sports car, take a look at the Dolphin concept car. Unfortunately, it does not exist "in the flesh" at this point, but it was the third winner of the 2013 Michelin Design Challenge.

There are two rows of seats in this sleek and speedy automobile, accommodating four people quite comfortably. As the driver races contently through vast landscapes, all passengers can appreciate the view through the generous strips of windows. The rest of the body is clad in carbon fiber, making the vehicle durable and lightweight. With its low profile and clean lines, the Dolphin concept car by Gao Zhiqiang, Liu Shun and Chen Zhilei would cut through the air like a whale glides through water
Dolphin Concept Car

Dolphin Concept Car


Volkswagen Bluesport Concept Car

Volkswagen released the Bluesport Concept Car in 2009 and is probably the closest VW will ever get to building the equivalent to a Lotus Elise rival.
The Bluesport Concept is powered by a 2.0 litre 180 horsepower clean diesel engine which gives a 0-60 time of 6.6 seconds. The Bluesport has been strongly rumoured for production, and may also generate other variants using the same platform from the other VAG brands as well as Volkswagen such as Audi and Seat, and a production version would also likely be offered with the group’s range of TFSI turbo petrol engines.
Volkswagen Bluesport Concept Car

Volkswagen Bluesport Concept Rear

Audi E-Tron Concept Car (2010)

Audi showed its second E-Tron concept car at the 2010 North American International Auto show, suggesting that the E-Tron name may be used as a moniker for all its fully electric cars in the future.
This second E-Tron concept car was still a sports car, but based on an all new shorter platform rather on the existing and expensive R8 chassis, suggesting that a smaller Audi production car may be built, possibly called the R4 and may be built on the same platform as the Volkswagen Bluesport concept shown a couple of year earlier and said to be in development.
The concept featured some heavily contoured styling with crisp edges not seen much on Audi products before, which may herald the start of a new design direction for the brand.
Audi E-Tron Concept 2010 Front
Audi E-Tron Concept 2010 Interior

Audi R8 TDI Le Mans Concept Car

Audi had already launched its award winning supercar the R8 to the world in 2007, and wanted to showcase the car further to achieve maximum publicity for its halo effect on the rest of the Audi range, so in 2008 it produced the R8 V12 TDI Le Mans. Also highlighting the racing diesel engines that the Brand had entered into the 24 hr Le Mans race at the same time.
Audi effectively stuffed its massive 6.0 litre V12 diesel engine into the back of the R8, requiring some serious bulkhead modification as the motor was much bigger and heavier than the cars 4.2 litre V8 production petrol engine.
There were also some significant changes and upgrades done to the exterior of the Le Mans, such as much deeper front and rear bumpers with fins and a ground scraping front splitter, side skirts and a ground effect venturi system.
Audi R8 TDI Le Mans Concept Front
Audi R8 TDI Le Mans Concept Rear


Presented at the North American International Auto Show, the concept T is a crossover vehicle blending a high-capability off-roader with a sports car. With this automobile, VW aimed at exploring a possible off-road coupe segment. The VW Concept T is powered by a 177 kW / 241 hp V6 engine coupled with the 4MOTION all-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox (Tiptronic). This concept vehicle accelerates to 100 km/h (62.5 mph) in 6.9 seconds with a top speed electronically limited to 230 km/h (144 mph).

BMW Gina

The BMW GINA changes the design rulebook
concept which features clever use of materials and technology. The GINA acronym stands for ‘Geometry In “N” Adaptions’. The ‘N’ stands for infinite.

While at first glance the BMW GINA appears to be nothing more than a BMW Z4 stablemate. As soon as the doors are opened it reveals its true nature.

Bugatti Aerolithe

Created for the year 2025, the Aerolithe is named after a prototype vehicle Bugatti unveiled at the 1935 Paris Motor Show. That car, the Bugatti Electron Aerolithe, was the vehicle which spawned legendary Bugatti Atlantic models.

Audi TT Clubsport Concept Car

Audi had enjoyed great success with the TT, and its second generation has been just as successful as the first. The TT has never been known for its sporting dynamics, as its platform always belied its humble VW golf roots.
The TT Clubsport Concept car was conceived to change that, offering a vision of what a hardcore TT Roadster would look like, the Clubsport has a cut down windscreen, much more aggressively styled front and rear bumpers, lowered suspension and bigger wheel arches over much larger alloy wheels.
Audi had intimated at time of launch that some sort of limited production run may be possible for the TT clubsport if customer demand was high enough, and that it may spawn a full on TT RS version at some point in the future – eventually launched in late 2009.
Audi TT Clubsport Concept Front

Audi TT Clubsport Concept Interior

Audi TT Clubsport Concept Rear

Cadillac Sixteen Concept

The last car of GM Design Chief Wayne Cherry, the Cadillac Sixteen is colossal in size, weight, and presence. With 1000 horsepower and 1000 lb/ft of torque.

Using clever electrical systems the engine of the Cadillac Sixteen can run on as little as 4 of its 16 cylinders to conserve fuel.


The Jeep Hurricane is one of the most maneuverable, most capable and most powerful 4×4 ever built.  It pays homage to the extreme enthusiasts’ Jeep vehicles in form and off-road capability, but is a unique interpretation of Jeep design. Simply stated, it is the extreme example for the Jeep brand.
Saying the Hurricane has  powerful powertrain performance is an understatement, considering the Hurricane is not just HEMI-equipped, but HEMI-squared. There are two 5.7 liter HEMI engines in the vehicle: one in the front and one in the back. Both engines deliver 335 horsepower and 370 lb-ft of torque – a total of 670 hp and 740 lb-ft of torque.
Jeep Hurricane Concept

Dacia Duster

Dacia is a Romanian car manufacturer, and a subsidiary company of Renault. And while the manufacturer might not be too common outside of Eastern Europe, in Romania itself the company enjoys huge popularity.
Duster – Dacia’s first concept crossover – is proud to be different. Seen from the driver’s side, it is visibly a sporting coupe, yet passengers entering from the other side will see it as an MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) with a traditionally opening front door and rear-hinged rear door which suggest plush travelling refinement.

Land Rover LRX

The Land Rover LRX concept was revealed at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show. It was a preview of the Range Rover Evoque production model which was to appear in 2010.
land rover lrx concept car 25 Stunning Examples of Concept Car Designs