5 Future Concept Cars YOU MUST SEE
5 Future Concept Cars YOU MUST SEE Click here for: Top 5 Luxury Sedan Cars 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1M__H_5B_k Click here for: TOP 5 Luxury SUV 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRoLWbeGmsA 5. 2017 Mercedes-Benz Generation EQ Concept 4. 2017 Volkswagen ID Concept 3. 2016 Faraday Future FFZERO1 Concept 2. 2017 BMW i Vision Future Interaction Concept 1. 2016 Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 Concept 2017 Mercedes-Benz Generation EQ Concept : The German automaker has its sights set at competing in the electric vehicle segment, showing off the Generation EQ Concept in Paris. It’s a bit of a Tesla Model X fighter, with two separate electric motors generating around 400 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. Mercedes claims it has a driving range of about 310 miles and permanent all-wheel drive helps contribute to a zero-to-62 mph [0-100 km/h] time of less than five seconds. 2017 Volkswagen ID Concept : According to Volkswagen, the production version of the I.D. will arrive by 2020, and a fully self-driving version will be on sale by 2025. In autonomous mode, the steering wheel will tuck back into the dash. 2016 Faraday Future FFZERO1 Concept The company behind this new car is called Faraday Future. Just 18 months old, it’s a new automaker, but it’s backed by some serious friends. Supported by a Chinese billionaire and with help from Nevada state officials, Faraday Future will begin making cars right here in the U.S. 2017 BMW i Vision Future Interaction Concept e BMW i Vision Future Interaction concept, which is an i8 with an interior packed full of futuristic technology. High-resolution vehicle displays including a 21-inch screen are found throughout the interior, which are controlled using gestures, touch-sensitive surfaces and voice controls. 2016 Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 Concept : Rolls-Royce showed off its Vision Next 100 concept today in London, giving a look at what its vehicles might look like a century years from now. The Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 is the most luxurious car ever made. The chassis of this luxury car is a hand-built, and it is made from the most luxurious, advanced, and most expensive materials. Credits : AutoGuide.com Please Subscribe :) Its Free ..
Most Bizarre Vehicles Ever Made
World's strangest and most incredible cars & trucks ever designed. These concept automobiles are so weird & unique that they turn heads no matter which neighborhood they'd drive through. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr
11 Cars You Won’t Believe Exist!
Most bizarre vehicles ever made! These world’s strangest cars are some of the oddest and most incredible automobiles in existence Follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keepinitkarl/ CORRECTION: First image in #7 incorrectly shows a Lamborghini Veneno instead of the Devel 16
10 Amazing Cars You Won't Believe Exist
From incredible self-driving cars to ones that can drive underwater these are the top 10 most amazing and unbelievable cars ever!! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 4. Hydrogen Car Art Installation This art installation may not be drivable but what’s underneath is the real piece of art. The art installation was made by Olafur Eliasson in 2007 as a part of the famous art series, “BMW Art Cars”. He made a metal shell and sprayed the metal with water intermittently for days until the metal had a think layer of ice coating it. The product of the work was a beautiful, modern piece of art that wows everyone who views it. However, the car that was used as the structure of the piece is the revolutionary BMW H2R and it’s the first race car to ever run on liquid hydrogen fuel. Hydrogen runs much cleaner than typical fuel and it doesn’t sacrifice any of the power that electrical cars do. The car can reach speeds of 186 mph. This is the dream car of the environmentally conscience adrenaline junkie. 3. Cadillac Aera This concept car introduced by Cadillac in the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. It was presented in the same category as the previously mentioned Mercedes Biome car and actually took the prize over the Biome. It features an ultra-light design at about 1000 pounds with the structure being made from a super-strong and light metal alloy. The design of the car is inspired by patterns found in nature, like the natural grouping of bubbles. The car’s structure uses a 3D lattice pattern. The interesting part of the car is what inside the engine: nothing. The car replaces the typical car engine with the technology of compressed air. The engine produces smooth and quiet drivability. The car can go up to 1000 miles before a refuel. The exterior of the car also has air cells that can improve safety. The same technology can be seen on the Mars Rover. The Aera is smooth, efficient and modern. The mass production of the car will probably not be happening for quite some time, however. 2. Rinspeed sQuba The Rinspeed sQuba is just what it looks like. It’s a car that can function as a submarine as well. The car features 3 electric engines, one for the street and two for the sea. The car is a prototype right now and one can be purchased for one and a half million. However, the car is estimated to cost 250000 when it enters production. The car was inspired by the submarine car in the James Bond movie, The Spy Who Loved Me. The car drives underwater using two jet propellers and it can reach about 1.9 mph underwater. On the street, however, it can reach speeds of 75 mph. The car can contain a driver and a passenger. The air for diving is provided by the car using scuba diving air regulators. Without passengers, the car will float naturally to the surface. The car also has a self-driving feature for those a bit freaked out by driving underwater. The makers of the car are remarkably self-aware, as they will be marketing the car as a “toy for rich people”. 1.Mercedes Biome Concept Car This sleek vehicle is more than it appears to be. The Mercedes Biome concept car was introduced at the Los Angeles Design Challenge in 2010. A challenge was given at the event to create a car that was less than 1000 pounds and still functions and ran. Mercedes went above and beyond with this concept and introduced a car that wouldn’t be built in a factory but, in a lab. The car they made had the infrastructure built out of a material similar to agar jelly, a jelly substance made from algae. The material was dubbed, “BioFibre” and it weighed in at a grand total of 875.5 pounds. Because of the structure of the car, the vehicle would be completely biodegradable. The material is stronger than steel and incredibly light and flexible. The cars would be made to each customer's specifications and all of the materials of the car, including the tires, would be made from seeds. The vehicle would also run on a chemical created by the materials of the structure when it reacts with oxygen. It’s unlikely that we will see these cars on the road anytime soon but, it is very exciting to see this kind of innovation being made. A car like this certainly makes us reconsider what we believe makes a car, a car.