• MINI John Cooper Works Concept

    MINI John Cooper Works Concept

    A real beauty to rival hot hatches like Vee-Dub’s GTI, the MINI John Cooper Works Concept is rumoured to bag over 208-hp and a dramatically increased torque. Enlarged air dams, contored sides and the rear apron diffuser promise to enhance aerodynamics, not to mention its looks. The brushed stainless steel finish is sublime. 

  • Kia GT4 Stinger

    Kia GT4 Stinger

    Boasting the familiar 2-door shooting brake like body, the Volvo Concept XC Coupe is rumored to offer a glimpse of what to expect inside and out with the upcoming production XC90. It’s certainly a head-turner, and don’t just take our word for it for it won awards for its innovative use of color, graphics and materials, as well as Best Concept Vehicle at the Detroit Auto Show.  

  • Toyota FT-1 Concept

    Toyota FT-1 Concept

    A gem it may well be, but, frustratingly, although the gleaming engine can be seen beneath the hood, no specs have been released. What we can tell you about the gorgeous Toyota FT-1 Concept, is that it is (very) high performance, and sports a neat heads up display above the dashboard. There are paddle shifters on the steering wheel while a rear diffuser and automatic spoiler further adds to its racing chops. Unfortunately, it’ll remain a concept, but here’s hoping …cotinue reading

  • Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight Concept

    Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight Concept

    A car undoubtedly of the future that proudly embraces its rich history. The Audi Quattro Laserlight Concept takes its design cues from the 1983 rally icon and infuses state-of-the-art goodies such as plug-in hybrid drives, user control and display interfaces and lighting technology. The incredible dual headlamps blend matrix LED and laser lighting which generates beams with double the lighting range and triple the luminosity of standard LED high beam lights.

  • BMW Concept5 X5 eDrive

    BMW Concept5 X5 eDrive

    Combining a turbo-charged 4-cylinder engine with a 95-hp electric motor, the BMW Concept5 X5 eDrive promises more range and less emissions. The stats make for pretty impressive reading – so let’s hope it makes it to production – with speeds of up to 75 mph, a distance of 19 miles on only electric power and 62 miles per gallon. It’ll even do 0-62 mph in less than seven seconds, apparently.

  • Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept

    Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept

    Sporting unusual design lines both inside and out, the rather mesmerising Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept may be rolling off the production lines as early as next year. Equipped with the firm’s full hybrid drive technology, it’s been tuned for SUV performance and features goodies such as touch-sensitive electrostatic switches and a Remote Touch Interface. Outside is dominated by sweeping curves along with a spindle grille and expressive signature front lighting for an overall highly athletic build.

  • Audi Sport Quattro Concept

    Audi Sport Quattro Concept

    Unfortunately, we can’t get too excited as the Audi Sport Quattro Concept has been made only to celebrate the 30th birthday of its legendary namesake. But of course, it still boasts specs worth drooling over such as the 4-liter TFSI V8 engine with 700-hp that will deliver a top speed of 189 mph, the first 60 in a heart-stopping 3.7 seconds.

  • Jaguar C-X17

    Jaguar C-X17

    Jaguar is it again. The esteemed British automaker has created a new breed of Jaguar with its first ever off-roader. Inspired by the recently released F-type , the Jaguar C-X17 concept sports exciting  proportions and smooth character lines. The C-X17 is built on the automaker’s advanced aluminum unibody architecture, and features large air intakes with LED lights, full-size panoramic glass roof, a sloping roofline and rear-design that’s unmistakably Jaguar.

  • Volvo Concept Coupe

    Volvo Concept Coupe

    Many moons ago there was no ride less cool than a Volvo, with this, there’s few cooler. The glorious Volvo Concept Coupe is a sleek and sporty two seat plug-in hybrid that promises to deliver 400-hp courtesy of a 2-liter motor mated with a turbo and supercharger. Inside is just as futuristic as out with a touchscreen-based center console and digital and heads-up display. Word is there’s even the possibility of autonomous driving capabilities too. Seriously, wow.

  • BMW Concept 90

    BMW Concept 90

    Fusing classic styling with contemporary sensibilities, the BMW Concept 90 sees the German manufacturer team up with U.S. custom bike builder 250GP in celebration of 90 years of BMW motorrad and 40 years of Beemer’s R 90 S. Constructed in a Californian workshop, it boasts a 900 cc air-cooled flat-twin boxer engine that will generate 115 hp. Handmade from aluminum, it weighs less than 420 pounds and is finished with a cool Daytona orange paintwork.