THE NEPTA RENAULT CONCEPT CAR

RENAULT NEPTA CONCEPT CAR

Nepta's longitudinally mounted 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine is the embodiment of pleasure at the wheel. This 420hp powerplant takes the car from standstill to 62mph in just 4.9 seconds. Coupled to a seven-speed automatic transmission complete with steering wheel-mounted flick-shift controls, this direct injection petrol engine combines an outstanding drive with a significant reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

This flowing, elegant four-seater cabriolet is an expression of Renault's vision of driving pleasure. The wave-shaped side panels breathe fluidity and highlight the car's elongated lines, an effect which is further enhanced by the use of a specific anodized aluminium finish for the lower part of the body (sills and front and rear spoilers).
The LED headlamps are made up of three assemblies: daytime running lights, dipped and main beam headlamps and cornering lights. The headlamps employ a technology based on the reflection and propagation of light. The light beam from the main headlights is reflected by crystal-shaped transparent blocks that are electronically controlled for more precision. The quantity and distribution of the light is automatically adapted to the driving conditions. The rounded forms of the front wings are enhanced by the boomerang-shaped indicator lights located at the top of the wings themselves.
The long, tapered rear end, which is punctuated by the crystals of the rear lights, reinforces the impression of movement. The overhang is longer at the rear than at the front, highlighting the vehicle's attractive proportions and flowing lines. Nepta is an echo of the golden age of automotive styling, while remaining resolutely modern and innovative.
Nepta is a combination of the dream car and the passion for mechanical engineering excellence. The motor-driven gull wing doors open to reveal both the interior and the engine, which is elegantly housed in its compartment. The centrally positioned door hinges are covered by a polished aluminium panel representing a shooting star that runs the full length of the bonnet and contributes to the overall sense of movement exuded by the body design.
The doors are fitted with electronic obstacle detectors and an anti-pinch device for greater safety.

THE PIVO 2 NISSAN CONCEPT CAR

NISSAN PIVO 2 CONCEPT CAR

Nissan Pivo2 Concept Car electrically powered looks like a space ship, aimed to be an ideal car for city driving. It is easy to park and easy to drive, also, it is easy to push through crowded city roads. The length of the car is just 2,700 mm. This car has only 2 seats, the driver will seat in the middle and can take 2 more passengers, they will seat side-by-side. A door is also electrically powered, a cabin that revolves 360-degrees, so you don’t have to reverse, also, a front door can be accessed from any position.

THE PEUGEOT 908 RC CONCEPT CAR

PEUGEOT 908 RC CONCEPT CAR

The original idea was to create a limousine with an imposing style that offered its four occupants a new driving sensation. The final design, however, is an uncompromising car that combines dynamic performance, comfort, luxury and environmental protection. In short, it is an exclusive four-door vehicle that will capture the imagination of both occupants and onlookers.
The engine has a capacity of 5.5-litres and offers a level of performance unprecedented for a diesel engine, with a maximum power output greater than 700bhp and, above all, an exceptional torque in excess of 1200Nm. With a 100° V angle architecture, the engine’s centre of gravity is as low as possible. Two particulate filters are located at the end of each exhaust system ensuring the car’s environmentally-friendly credentials.

MATUS PROCHACZKA CONCEPT CAR

Matus Prochaczka Concept Car

Here’s a really cool looking concept car made by a pure amateur found on Coroflot portfolios. The car doesn’t have a name or any specs, but the design was eye-catching enough to encourage us to reveal him to the public. Matus Prochaczka has a passion for automobile design and this concept car shows the passion to be one he works on.

The design brings back memories of our old tricycles we rode as children. Although there are two rear wheels, they are placed parallel from each other in one powerful design bust. If this guy hasn’t been picked up by a major company yet, he will be very soon.

THE MAZDA TAIKI CONCEPT CAR

MAZDA TAIKI CONCEPT CAR

The Mazda Taiki is one of the many slick concept cars, it's built for speed and minimal eco-impact and may very well find itself on the racetracks of tomorrow. Aesthetically, the Taiki's dramatic, windswept curves are supposed to impart the movement of air around the vehicle as it zips along. Besides the Taiki, some of the other upcoming designs focus on the compact industrial models that are so important amidst Tokyo's cramped streets. Then there are even crazier concepts such as Suzuki's Sustainable Mobility vehicle, which has an one-person pod-like car that fits into the rear of a larger van.

The Hinterland project Concept Car


Hinterland Project Concept Car by Martin Aube

The Hinterland project is a vehicle design, development and production project, national in scope and using innovative technology to market an affordable yet environmentally friendly car that meets the needs of the people. The design fostered does not rest on obsolescence; it is not subject to replacement for aesthetic reasons but is rather based on clean, innovative lines that will never go out of style. In addition, the design allows for exceptional aerodynamics combining the convenience of a car with an aeronautical fuselage.

The vehicle is designed to be energy efficient and perfect to travel into a green future. Its aesthetic design along with green features and a good electric engine to power it along make it real special and something to watch out for in the future. Unlike many concept cars, it surely does not delve in the possibilities of the unreal and impossible."

THE AUDI LOCUS CONCEPT CAR

AUDI LOCUS CONCEPT CAR

Surfing around the web, we came across this concept car, Audi Locus by Ugur Sahin. Looking like TT and R8’s son from the future, this concept car impresses with its curved design, creating a continuous flow from front until the back of the car. The Audi Locus Concept Car looks really nice, too bad we’ll probably never gonna see it on the streets.