2017 concept cars


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    These vehicles, whether they debuted here or not, represent some of our favorite concept cars we've seen in recent memory.

    By Daniel Gardner, 24 Dec Features While many manufacturers resurrect features for concept cars from past models and heritage, relatively young car.

    The concept car concept is translated as "the idea of a car". This is a kind of prototype car, which tests people's reactions to new technologies being introduced, design solutions, etc. In its original form, prototypes are never launched into mass production.

    2017 concept cars

    2017 concept cars

    Segway takes aim at playtime with an electric drifting go-kart. Hymer previews the future of Mercedes Sprinter 4x4 adventure camper vans. Some of the most striking concepts of this year's Tokyo Show are the rugged but practical 4x4s built to move seamlessly between everyday city commuting, weekend home improvement projects and adventure vacations out in the mountains. The concept can also alert you of upcoming obstacles with a heads-up display on the windshield.

    2017 concept cars

    2017 concept cars

    2017 concept cars

    2017 concept cars

    2017 concept cars

    The cool, cute, clever and clinically crazy concept cars of the Tokyo Motor Show

    The Tokyo Motor Show kicked off this week and immediately flooded the scene with a raft of new concept cars. All types of passenger and commercial concept vehicles are on display, ranging from SUV utility vans, to futuristic cargo delivery pods, to AI-driven motorcycles, to sleek, sultry sports cars. We haven't discriminated, putting together a full gallery of the concepts we love, the ones we could live without and those we're not even sure how we feel about.

    Some of the most striking concepts of this year's Tokyo Show are the rugged but practical 4x4s built to move seamlessly between everyday city commuting, weekend home improvement projects and adventure vacations out in the mountains. We looked at the Yamaha Cross Hub mini-pickup earlier in the week, and there are a few others in this category of rugged, fun, practical utility vehicles.

    2017 concept cars

    Toyota's Tj Cruiser might just be our favorite in this category. It's styling is polarizing we dig the big, bold shape but not necessarily that oversized grille , but the sheer utility of combining a rugged SUV and van seems hard to argue.

    This concept features sliding rear doors and seats that fold flat to create a huge load floor. The passenger side folds into a single floor that extends straight to the dashboard, offering space for items up to around 10 feet 3 m long - so fill it with lumber or surfboards depending on what kind of weekend it is.

    2017 concept cars

    The hybrid 4WD powertrain promises fuel-efficient driving for the city and high-traction, off-road-ready capability for wild weekends in the mud and dirt. Still, we'd buy one. On its concept-heavy stand, Suzuki is showing its own little 4x4, one that just screams "off-road fun," even though its name sounds more like something for an escape pod for the zombie apocalypse.

    The e-Survivor builds on Suzuki's heritage of tiny but tough 4x4s, adding plenty of ground clearance, a Jeep-like grille, an open-air cabin and transparent doors. Suzuki says it has a ladder frame and electric 4WD. There are plenty of new sports car concepts on show in Tokyo, too, from retro-futuristic electric coupes to rally-inspired speed machines. In fact, even some of the SUVs are kind of sporty. Ordinarily a single concept as gorgeous as the Mazda Kai would be a mic drop moment for an automaker, but Mazda decided it would have two equally brilliant concepts this year.

    The Kai compacts the next evolution of Kodo design language into small hatchback form, while the Vision Coupe above lets that Kodo language stretch its legs into a long, flowing four-door coupe.

    2017 concept cars

    We'd say they both look equally stunning, so you could pick your poison based on which body style fits your life. We wouldn't mind seeing the Vision Coupe in the shade of red that adorns the Kai, though. This targa-topped two-seater is designed to find a functional blend of sporty, rear-driven performance and fuel-sipping eco friendliness with its Toyota Hybrid System-Racing powertrain.

    Its design is inspired by the Gazoo Racing TS Hybrid race car, and the driver-focused interior includes a cool ignition switch atop the shift knob that looks like something made to fire a missile. Jump into the photo gallery for a further look at those concepts and the many others that fill the Tokyo Motor Show. Mazda's Vision Coupe is a long, stretched coupe with serious presence.

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