Futuristic Audi PB18 E-Tron Concept Car

In a world where every new electric vehicle concept seems to be fitted with autonomous driving systems, Audi has done the automotive world a favour with its latest creation. Welcome to the Audi PB18 e-tron Concept. Introduced during Monterey Car Week in California, the PB18 e-tron Concept is an all-electric supercar that’s designed specifically for driving thrills. Consequently, there is no semi-autonomous driving technology. The car uses three electric motors. Up front, there’s a motor delivering 201 hp while two other motors power the rear wheels and output a further 604 hp. In typical driving, the combined power sits at 671 hp and 612 lb-ft of torque but if the driver is brave enough, peak power of 764 hp can be funneled to the ground in short bursts. All told, the concept hits 62 mph (100 km/h) in a touch over two seconds. Beyond all the impressive grunt the powertrain delivers, it has also been designed to be exceptionally efficient. With that in mind, the PB18 e-tron recovers a considerable amount of energy while it’s being driven as the electric motors are solely responsible for decelerating the vehicle in low-to-moderate braking scenarios.

2033 Cosmic Motors Galaxion Supercar Concept

There are concept cars, and then there are concept cars with technology that is firmly in the realm of science fiction — and designer Daniel Simon‘s Galaxion is definitely the later. The Galaxion is a grand tourer powered by no less than a miniature nuclear fusion reactor with a body made of bioengineered mussel shells, making it a high-science fiction concept. The design is intended for the aristocracy of a far-away planet and was included in Simon’s book Cosmic Motors, a collection of futuristic visions of the future of transportation. Also you might be iterested in the following concept cars: 2040 Manifesto Concept Car by ISD and Lamborghini Pura SuperVeloce Concept 2022.