Innovative Infiniti Q Inspiration Concept Car

Previewing a new generation of INFINITI vehicles, the Q Inspiration Concept proposes how an innovative VC-Turbo powertrain, next-level autonomous drive technologies, and a unique human-centric interior could enrich the experience for drivers of luxury sedans. The Q Inspiration Concept is meant to demonstrate future technologies and will not be available for sale. Presenting the next stride in INFINITI design, the exterior of the Q Inspiration Concept features a concise design with dynamic and confident proportions. It is the first manifestation of INFINITI’s new form language, for an era of advanced powertrains. The concept eschews classical sedan forms with coupe-like proportions and an elongated silhouette, demonstrating INFINITI’s design vision for vehicles in this segment. nd don’t forget to check 10 most expensive cars in the world.

Electric Three Wheel Car – Vanderhall Edison

Vanderhall’s Edison electric three-wheeler debuted at the 2018 CES with a full spec sheet. The performance-oriented two-seater is driven by two AC motors driving the front wheels, making for a 4-second sprint to 60 MPH and a range of around 200 miles. The aluminum frame is wrapped in an attractive ABS composite body with recessed headlights and a very Aston Martin-esque grill shape. The Edison is available for order now, with deliveries scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2018. And don’t forget to check other three-wheeler Morgan EV3.

Rolls-Royce Concept of Futuristic Driverless Luxury Vehicle

Car brand Rolls-Royce has designed its first ever concept car, billed as a vision for a future of driverless luxury vehicles with a built-in “red carpet” and lighting system that announces its arrival to bystanders. Called the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100, the design aims to “anticipate the mobility demands of the luxury customer of the future”. Unveiled at London’s Roundhouse venue, the concept car includes a roof that glides open with a hinged design based on a clamshell. This would allow riders to step into the interior without having to bend over. The roof and door would then close automatically. Many of the signature forms of a Rolls-Royce have been updated in the design for the body of the car. The brand’s classic Pantheon grille has been kept and reimagined as a smaller but more prominent frontage for the vehicle. The designers imagined a Rolls-Royce that could be designed around less mechanical hardware, replacing the majority of the engine space with a luggage compartment. This also allowed them to make the car narrower, and create a sport-style rear and curved cabin roof, made from black glass. The wheels are housed in individual cases, with exposed arms and struts that connect to the chassis and also support the hull-shaped body at the front. “The 28-inch tall but narrow wheels upon which the car glides are each hand-built from 65 individual pieces of aluminium, and enclosed to deliver the impression of a futuristic catamaran,” said Rolls-Royce. “From whatever angle the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 is viewed, it seems to float, whether at rest or in motion. This lightness is achieved through the paring back of this vehicle to the essence of a Rolls-Royce by the design team, who were freed from their current constraints by the new propulsion and coach-build technologies now available to them.” The brand’s signature radiator mascot – a figure of a woman leaning into the wind with fabric blowing around her – has been recreated in crystal and is illuminated from inside. This light spreads across the car as it arrives at its destination, and a step appears from the side of the car once the roof has opened. A red light is then projected to create a red-carpet style arrival. “The Grand Arrival gesture of the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 creates a stage for our important passengers as they arrive at their ultimate destination,” said Giles Taylor, director of design at Rolls-Royce. “It is an expression of our intrinsic understanding of the possibilities for a true luxury brand and the desires of its customers.” Rolls-Royce said it wanted to recreate the experience of grand horse-drawn carriages, with the coachman replaced by an artificial-intelligence system. The company has named this “virtual assistant” Eleanor, and said that it could offer owners advice on how to prepare for meetings and important events as well as driving the car. It could also help select movies and music for the car’s entertainment system. Inside, the car has no driving area. Instead, the interior resembles a lounge, with wooden panelling, a deep-pile carpet and a wool-and-silk-upholstered sofa facing a full-width OLED screen that functions as an entertainment and work station. All of the features could be customised for each owner, using interactive design tools that would allow them to give their input before the car is built. Rolls-Royce imagines the car would be powered by a zero-emission drivetrain and use “advanced suspension” to create the sensation of the car skimming the surface of the road like a “magic carpet”.

Exclusive Ferrari 458 MM Speciale

Ferrari unveiled this Ferrari 458 MM Speciale, a one-of-a-kind creation built specifically for “an enthusiastic British owner.” Designed by the Ferrari Styling Center, this beauty comes finished in Bianco Italia with an Italian flag striping, custom wheels, modified lights and more aggressive sporting lines. Inside, is an improved audio system and Cioccolato leather with white stitching. A 288 GTO-style single glass surface effect for the cockpit was achieved by painting the A-pillar black. The body was reworked in aluminium with a new front end to accommodate redesigned radiators. Composite carbonfibre bumpers incorporate new aerodynamics with additional side intakes to enhance engine cooling, a new rear spoiler and substantially altered lighting front and rear. The bespoke wheels will only be seen on this car, which is painted in Bianco Italia with striping to honour the Italian flag. Inside there’s Cioccolato leather upholstery, an upgraded music system and satin white rings around the centre console controls. The 458 MM Speciale was presented to its new owner at Ferrari’s Fiorano test track, where it was warmed up a little by Ferrari’s chief test driver Dario Benuzzi.

Zarooq Sand Racer

Zarooq Motors is a new car brand from the UAE (United Arab Emirates), they have presented the spectacular Zarooq Sand Racer, a racing car specifically designed for the desert, yet it is street legal. The beastly dune jumper is powered by an impressive Nissan 3.5-liter V6 engine with 309 HP and 371 Nm, and equipped with a sequential gearbox, heavy-duty suspension, and some seriously knobby tires. The high-performance buggy is handmade, with many bespoke options available in terms of performance, equipment or car body choice. Available in January 2016.

Lane Splitter Concept Car Transforms Into Two Motorbikes

Writer Mark Wilson at Fast Company came up with the idea of an electric car that splits into “two badass motorcycles” as he loved the idea of owning both in one vehicle. The two segments fasten together at the bottom with special attachments, which can be released at the push of a button. When the vehicle is functioning as a car the front wheels are kept close to the vehicle, but when the sides split into motorcycles the front wheels extend to give the bikes more stability. The wheels can also tilt sideways to the segments can be ridden as bikes. According to Wilson, the idea behind this car is to offer the social experience of a car while also featuring a personal urban transport vehicle that is sporty. It measures in at a length of 128 inches and resembles a buggy like vehicle. It has been inspired from Batman Tumbler and work by Syd Mead. It transforms into two motorbikes that are closed-top when it splits. After argodesign did their bit, Mark took the concept to the New York Auto Show to propose the idea to car firm.

New Lamborghini Asterion Concept Car

Automobili Lamborghini unveils its first plug-in hybrid (PHEV) technology demonstrator, the Lamborghini Asterion LPI910-4, making its world debut at the 2014 Paris Mondial de l’Automobile. Clearly a Lamborghini, Asterion is a conceptual car housing a plug-in hybrid powertrain designed to Lamborghini objectives: The Asterion defines a solution to significantly reducing CO2 emissions through technologies available today, guaranteeing the unique Lamborghini driving feel with a smooth and reactive driveability and with superior power, including an exceptional pure electric range of 50 km. Conceived and developed entirely in-house by Lamborghini, the Asterion LPI910-4 takes the design and cutting-edge engineering expertise found in the current Lamborghini product range, adding innovative hybrid technology, creating thus a Lamborghini that is clearly different – with a new, unexpected and sensual design, in line with the technical characteristics of the car – but yet is still unmistakeably a Lamborghini.

2014 Quant e-Sportlimousine

Making its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in March, the Quant e-Sportlimousine has now been officially approved by Tüv Süd in Munich for use on public roads. Built around a monocoque composed of carbon-fibre structures, the intelligent four seater electric sportscar boasts gull-wing doors and features an innovative drive-train concept with four electric motors (one per wheel). It draws power from nanoFLOWcell, an electrolyte flow cell power system that works on the principles of the redox flowcell, which was developed in 1976 for NASA and the American space program. Thanks to this technology, the vehicle delivers a driving range of up to 600 km, and is powered exclusively by salt water. Packed with a 912 horsepower engine, the EV hypercar also reaches blistering performance figures of 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 380 km/h.

Elio Motors’ Futuristic Three-Wheeled Car

Founded in 2008 by Mr. Paul Elio, Elio Motors set out to provide affordable transportation to those commuters seeking an alternative while providing vital American jobs. The sleek three-wheeled car looks futuristic, but, as its creator acknowledges, it uses no new technology. What makes the Elio Motors vehicle unique is its ultra-high fuel economy and an ultra-low price tag: $6,800. The vehicle promises to deliver as much as 84 miles per gallon of gasoline for highway driving. It accelerates as quickly as many cars on the road – to 100 miles per hour in 9.6 seconds, according to the company. Urban fuel economy is estimated at 49 miles per gallon. Elio is targeting the U.S. market but hopes to eventually ship internationally.

Exploded Views of Classic Sports Cars by Fabian Oefner

Swiss artist Fabian Oefner is the best known for capturing moments in time typically invisible to the human eye. This time he represents two new series of his trademark work at MB&F M.A.D. gallery. Both projects, “Disintegrating” and “Hatch” are carefully and meticulously handcrafted images of classic sports cars, exploded, dissembled and dismantled in space. “What looks like a car falling apart is in fact a moment in time that has been created artificially by blending hundreds of individual images together. there is a unique pleasure about artificially building a moment…freezing a moment in time is stupefying”, Oefner explains. Enjoy!

Famous Cars We Love by Cihan Ünalan

Let’s remember our favorite cars from movies made by Cihan Ünalan, Istanbul, Turkey. "I intend to photograph the cars or ‘mobiles’ that made an impact on our lives through movies." Collection includes some of the most memorable cars from movies such as Ghostbusters, Batman and Back to the Future. Have fun!

Terrafugia TF-X: Your Personal Flying Car

The Massachusetts-based firm Terrafugia has announced its Transition design, which is part sedan, part private jet with two seats, four wheels and wings that fold up so it can be driven like a car, will be on sale in less than two years. They have also unveiled plans for a TF-X model that will be small enough to fit in a garage, and won’t need a runway to take off. Motorised rotors attached to the wings of the TF-X make it possible to take off from standing still. This means cars could switch from driving to flying when they encounter traffic. However, the wingspan requires a diameter of 100 feet to do so. Take a look!

The New Aston Martin Vanquish

Meet Aston Martin’s new flagship – the 2014 Aston Martin AM 310 Vanquish. The 2014 Vanquish comes standard as a two-place coupe, with optional 2+2 seating, with a 6.0-litre V12 engine pumping out 565 hp, a Touchtronic 2 six-speed automatic that keeps the power pumping to the wheels for a 0-62 mph time of 4.1 seconds and a top speed of 183 mph. Other features include LED rear lighting, a more spacious cabin and boot, a refined, LED-laden interior, and sleek new carbon-fiber body, created by Design Director Marek Reichman and his team. Vanquish will go on sale in the U.S. in early 2013, priced from $279,995.

Stunning XKX Jaguar Concept Car

This gorgeous car concept inspired by the e-type from 50 years ago and called “XKX Jaguar” was created by Hussain Almossawi (Co-Founder of design studio Skyrill in collaboration with Marin Myftiu. “The XKX Jaguar is a new generation electric roadster, aimed at pushing both performance and power efficiency to a new level. This concept tries to revive the glorious design lines of the brand, combining fresh solutions, a unique, new aerodynamics, tailored around the electrical elements of the power system as well as cutting-edge energy feedback.” Stunning design!

Opel Rak E Concept Car

Opel and KISKA have teamed up to design a fresh new urban commuter, the Opel Rak E concept. This four wheel, single-row vehicle is designed to seat two comfortably under a forward-rising windshield. Its exterior is sharp and angular, with a curvy aerodynamic rear end that is accented by a pair of extended rear wheels. It’s a design that not everyone will love, but those who do will certainly fall hard for this one. The Opel Rak E concept is not just the green-minded, city-friendly specs that attract us to the Opel Rak E, it’s the futuristic design philosophy which it embodies. Take a look!

Renault’s Twingo Art Cars

To promote the New Twingo, Renault has enlisted the combined creative talents of four European artists, including Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud, to create a series of bespoke city cars. Renault offered four “artists” of varying nationality and cultural discipline – fashion, music, design and cooking – the opportunity to express their vision of a “Cabinet of Curiosity” by creating their own bespoke Twingo interior. The results of the style project reflect their view of the world: joyous, optimistic, clever and bold, just like the compact city car.

Supercar Evantra from Faralli & Mazzanti

The Italian car builder Faralli and Mazzanti (F&M) presented render of its first mid-engined supercar the F&M Evantra. Executed in an aggressive style, with opening of the door against the model resembles Batmobile. The Evantra (formerly dubbed Mugello) will be constructed from either composite materials or handcrafted aluminium (depending on customer preference), with the latter option available for personalisation. Power will derive from a 3.5-litre flat-six engine, which will be available in two guises; a naturally aspirated model with 392bhp, or a twin-turbocharged option developing 587bhp. At its most powerful, the Evantra will hit 62mph from standing in 3.7sec. Production of the Faralli and Mazzanti Evantra will be limited to five units per year, with first deliveries slated for mid-2012.

Porsche “Tornado” and Porsche “Mistrale”
by German Tuning Company Gemballa

Since 1981 German tuning company Gemballa produces seriously tuned Porsche vehicles. To help celebrate its 30th anniversary, the company has unveiled at the 2011 Top Marques Monaco Show two new models: The Porsche Cayenne-based Tornado and the Porsche Panamera-based Mistrale. Both the Tornado and the Mistrale feature a heavily customized body with unique front and rear ends, and an array of bespoke aero parts. Gemballa offers a variety of customizations for both interiors, ranging from carbon-fiber trim and seats finished in a mix of alcantara and leather to high-end infotainment systems. There’s plenty of magic under the hood as well with Gemballa offering two different engine kits for the V8 Turbo models. In celebration of its 30th anniversary this year, the German company decided to limit production of the Tornado and Mistrale models to 30 units each.

Hybrid Concept Imperia GT

The following beautiul auto called Imperia GT is the first and only product from resurrected Belgian auto maker Imperia. It has an inline four cylinder turbo engine offering 212hp that’s paired with a 134hp electric engine, itself backed by a Li-polymer battery pack. It’ll do about 45 miles on batteries alone but, more importantly, will roll the 0 – 60mph sprint in under four seconds. A concept of the car was unveiled at the Brussels Auto Show, but the date of mass producing is unknown yet.

Innovative Vision ConnectedDrive by BMW

The German automaker created a cutting-edge two-place roadster called Vision ConnectedDrive. By the words of creators it is radical new roadster concept "presents the automobile as a fully integrated part of the networked world in both its design and technological innovations" as well as representing "the potential of current and future in-car technology for optimizing comfort, safety and infotainment." The Vision ConnectedDrive manifests the typical characteristics of BMW design: aggressive look, sporting, dynamic character. BMW has announced that this concept will not be produced, but its design and technology will be the basis of future production models.