The Peugeot 20Cup concept of 2006 is part tricycle with a dash of Peugeot 207. The concept looks like half a car and weighs less than 500 kg. The weight of . . . half a car.
During the 1950s, everyone dreamt of a car run by nuclear power. This Ford Nucleon concept was part of that craze. This car would be perfect if not for—sorry—the nuclear reactor on its back.
The Ferrari Modulo concept of 1970. If its space-age looks are crazy enough, it sat so low to the ground and only someone the size of Richard Hammond could drive it.
The C112 of 1970, need we say more?
The Toyota U2 ‘Urban Utility’ concept is so innovative. It’s just a crazy concept.
The soft-bodied Honda Puyo fuel cell vehicle of 2007 was meant to convey a “warm, friendly impression.” This is the perfect cure for road rage. Who would dare get angry with someone who drives this cuddly car?
The BMW i8 sits under the ‘concept car that becomes a reality’ banner.
Mercedes-Benz Bionic Car
The Bionic Car was inspired by the boxfish, thanks to its superb aerodynamic properties. A Mercedes-Benz, inspired by a boxfish and called the Bionic Car—you couldn’t make it up.
The fact that Isuzu developed the Vehicross concept and the fact they actually went on to build it. is impressive enough.
Egoista literally translates from Italian as “selfish.” A present from Lamborghini for itself, no wonder they went crazy with its design. It lives up to the name, with just one seat. It’s fashion design was inspired from a fighter jet by the way.