Concept Cars of the Future

At the auto shows this year, we have witnessed lots of car models introduced, and most of them are hybrid cars which are friendly environment. Let’s have a closer look at the concept cars of the future:

Chrysler-Lancia Delta

Chrysler- Lancia Delta was introduced at Detroit auto show 2010. To be specific, its roof is suspended a fraction above the top of the C-post, and the tail end wears a darkened windshield like a pair of shades, framed by slim LED lamp clusters.

 

Chrysler-Lancia Delta

 

Audi E-tron

The Audi E-tron is an all-electric vehicle, powered by electric motors producing 201bhp, which can get to 62mph from standstill in just 5.9 seconds. The 2010 Audi E-tron’s top speed is limited to 124mph due to the battery life and it has a maximum range of around 155 miles.

 

Audi E-tron

 

Toyota FT-CH Hybrid Concept

Using a powerful V6 3.5L engine, the FT-HS goes with Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive to produce a target power output of 400 horsepower and a projected zero-to-60 acceleration in the four-second range. 

 

Toyota FT-CH Hybrid Concept

 

GMC Granite Concept

Power for the Granite concept comes from a 1.4L turbocharged engine that is part of GM’s new family of small-displacement, highly efficient four-cylinder engines that’s matched with a six-speed transmission. 

 

GMC Granite Concept

 

Chevrolet Aveo

The 2010 Chevrolet Aveo which is notable for its low sticker price, is among the least expensive cars on the road, and is cheap to operate as well. Moreover, Chevrolet Aveo desired options like cruise control, a sunroof, antilock brakes, power windows, keyless entry, a CD/MP3 player and 15-inch alloy wheels.

 

2010 Chevrolet Aveo

 

Subaru Hybrid Tourer

Subaru has innovated over decades the Subaru’s core technology of “Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive”‘ and “Horizontally-Opposed Boxer Engine” into the integration of a luxurious and high-quality cabin atmosphere sculpted body. The concept car features Subaru’s latest evolutions in handling agility, riding comfort and superior safety performance thanks to Subaru’s unique hybrid system.

 

2010 Subaru Hybrid Tourer

 

MINI BeachComber

For the Beachcomber, Mini detaches the doors and roof, opening up the cabin like a dune buggy or jeep, and it includes lightweight door and roof elements which can be installed shortly.

 

MINI BeachComber

 

Nissan Leaf

Nissan LEAF comes in a new era of mobility or the zero-emission era, and is the embodiment of Nissan’s radical, transformative vision for the future and the culmination of decades of investment and research.

 

Nissan Leaf

 

Buick Regal GS Concept

Buick Regal GS Concept is powered by GM’s turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec I-4 but receives a bump in power to come to the Gran Sport legend. 

 

Buick Regal GS Concept

 

 

 

Related links:

1. Geneva Auto Show 2010

2. Detroit 2010 Auto Show

3. Most Significant Cars at New York Auto Show 2010

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