Cars Tagged - Concept
1951 Buick LeSabre Concept2
The Le Sabre was the brainchild of General Motors Art Department head Harley Earl. The design was Earl’s attempt to incorporate the look of modern jet fighter aircraft into automotive design.
1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Concept15
Intended as a design study only, the Lincoln Indianapolis Concept was first displayed at the 1955 Turin Motor Show.
1966 Vauxhall XVR Concept1
Sitting at only 40 inches in height, the Vauxhall XVR concept car was a sleek low slung prototype.
1968 Alfa Romeo Carabo Concept6
Carabo name is derived of Carabidae ground beetle, as evoked by the car’s iridescent green and orange coloring.
1969 Alfa Romeo 33/2 Coupe Speciale12
The vision of Leonardo Fioravanti from Pininfarina, the 33/2 Coupe Speciale was a beautiful curvy piece of art.
1969 Holden Hurricane Concept3
Code named RD 001; the Hurricane is a mid-engined, rear-wheel drive, two-seater sports.
1970 Mercedes-Benz C111 Concept6
The Mercedes-Benz C111 was a series of experimental automobiles produced by Mercedes-Benz in the 1960s and 1970s.
1971 Lamborghini Countach LP500 Concept25
A stunning example of one of the most recognisable supercars of all time.
1972 BMW Turbo Concept7
The E25 Turbo concept car was built by BMW as a celebration for the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
1976 Alfa Romeo 33 Navajo Concept14
Designed by Bertone, the Alfa Romeo 33 Navajo Concept features a futuristic wedge shape design.
1991 Audi Avus Quattro Concept GT3
The Audi Avus quattro was a “supercar-styled” concept car from the German car manufacturer Audi.
1997 Volkswagen W12 Syncro Concept5
Introduced at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show, The W12 Syncro concept was the start of a 5 year project created around Volkswagens new W12 engine.
1998 Holden Coupe Concept3
Stunning audiences at the Sydney Motor Show in 1998, the Australian car maker showed off its large V6 family car in the form of a 2 door coupe.
1998 Volkswagen W12 Roadster Concept6
Introduced at the 1998 Geneva Motor Show, the W12 Roadster concept was the follow up to the Syncro concept from the previous year.
1999 Bugatti EB 18.4 Veyron Concept3
The unveiling of the Bugatti EB 18/4 “Veyron” design study certainly created a stir.
1999 Cadillac Evoq Concept3
The Cadillac Evoq was a concept car designed by Cadillac and unveiled at the 1999 Detroit Auto Show.
1999 Dodge Charger R/T Concept3
This Charger R/T is powered by a supercharged, compressed natural gas (CNG) 4.7-liter V-8 engine.
1999 Mercedes-Benz Vision SLR Concept3
Mercedes-Benz is reshaping the technology and design of its successful Silver Arrows.
1999 Mercedes-Benz Vision SLR Roadster Concept3
The Vision SLR Coupe was presented at the Detroit Auto Show in 1999 as ‘Tomorrow’s Silver Arrow’.
2000 Dodge Viper GTS-R Concept3
Team Viper engineers were able to extract 700 hp from the normally 450 hp second generation 8.0L V10 engine.
2001 Acura RSX SEMA Concept3
For SEMA 2001, Acura have taken the wraps off their special concept RSX.
2001 Chrysler Crossfire Concept3
The Chrysler Crossfire is a rear-wheel drive, 2-door sports car sold by Chrysler and built by Karmann of Germany for model years 2004-2008.
2001 Nissan Z Concept3
In Nissan’s sporty heritage, one letter stands out above all else – the letter Z.
2002 Alfa Romeo Brera Concept5
Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign Giugiaro, the Alfa Romeo Brera Concept was first shown to the public at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show.
2002 Cadillac Cien Concept3
Cien is a two-door Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout high performance sports coupé concept car created by Cadillac
2002 Ford GT40 Concept9
The Ford GT40 – the legendary car brought to life by Henry Ford II to change performance car history.
2002 Holden SSX Concept3
The Holden SSX is a concept sports–hatchback prototype car based around the Holden VY Commodore, with a more aggressive edge.
2002 HSV HRT 427 Concept3
Unveiled at the 2002 Sydney Motor Show, the HRT (Holden Racing Team) 427 was loosely based on the Holden Monaro bodyshell.
2002 Peugeot RC Concept6
The RC was a mid-engined, rear-wheel drive sports car with the same essential design, but came in two versions.