If we were to judge the future based on the concept of cars, then we would say that it sounds good. Yes, probably most of us will never be able to buy such a masterpiece, but the design and technical performances of these beauties certainly deserve our attention and appreciation.
We bring you the top 7 best future cars:
Lamborghini SUV by Lamborghini.
This is a brand new SUV coming from Lamborghini, with marvelous design and jaw-dropping high tech features. All the genuine motorists will highly appreciate this concept. According to Lamborghini, this car will become possible to be bought in 2017.
Mercedes-Benz 300SL by Slimane Toubal.
Mercedes-Benz 300 SL is definitely one of the greatest cars, judging after its exterior design. Having been produced since 1954, people from all over the world dream of a 300 SL. It seems that it will keep on being a dream for a lot of time from now on.
BMW X MPOWER by Aldo Schurmann
The BMW X MPOWER concept is powered by good old twin-turbo V8, with a 5 liters capacity, present in the X6 model. However, it does come with two seats and is enriched by an elegant classy style in the front, while being pretty sportive in the back.
Taihoo concept car 2,046 by Hao Huang.
The design of this car is inspired by the Chinese Taihu Stone, featuring an interactive display, which is able to transform the vehicle into a camping tent.
Ferrari Millenio by Marko Petrovic.
This super future car concept represents a beautiful blend of hi-tech features and materials that are possible to become true by the end of the upcoming millennium. The car has two seats and a buckypaper body, making it stronger and lighter than any other presentation material. The car will be powered by double electric engines, which will charge from solar panels or an alternative charging source.
McLaren JetSet by Marianna Merenmies.
This concept car is meant to fit one single person. The design speaks aerodynamic and lightness, with futurist options. The body, chassis, suspension, and wheels are made of carbon fiber, which diminishes the weight considerably.
Lamborghini Ferruccio by Mark Hostler.
This car is wild. The concept represents a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the brand, including a 5 liters V12 engine, with direct injection included.