Awe-Inspiring cars from the future


If you love cars, you will be amazed at what the future hold for you. Have a look at these amazing designs:

Peugeot Aureon Concept
NO 1

This is a three wheeled electric car that will make transport to be efficient. It has only two seats and its motor is inside its large back wheel.

2025 Lincoln Continental
NO 2

This car was designed by Lawrence Tech University undergraduates. It was produced by Ford Motor Company’s product development centre. It features a beverage dispenser, a retractable food cooler, a slipping trunk bed and center-opening doors.

A Hovercraft
NO 3

A hovercraft is in the works! Engineers Chris Jones and Michael Mercier are working on it. The car will be built from materials like fibreglass, marine plywood, and carbon fiber. Producing just a single unit will cost a whopping $20 million.

Chevy EN-V 2.0
NO 4

This car was showcased at Auto China in 2012. It will use technologies such as electrification, mobility Internet and telematics. It is a product of GM.

Audi Concept
NO 5

Audi concept is a German design that features auto garage park. This will enable it to find an open place in a parking garage, guide the car to the place and self park it. This is just one of the cool technologies it will feature.

Peugeot Onyx
NO 6

Peugeot Onyx is both fast and efficient. It will reach up to 100 mph. If you are impressed by its look, it is worth waiting for.

NO 7

This car is from Lamborghini. It is inspired by the batmobile.

The Renault DeZir Concept
NO 8

The Renault DeZir Concept was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Unfortunately it was never built. But it gives an idea of what automakers are up to for the future.

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Gina is from BMW. GINA is an acronym for Geometry and functions In ‘N’ Adaptations. This car has a cool shape and is able to shift shapes based on weather conditions and speed. It has a textile skin that contains Spandex.

Hover Car
NO 10

This is from Volkswagen China. It is a 2-seater car that is ideal for city roads and short trips. It is environmental friendly and is easy to park.

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