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  • The Vision Mercedes Simplex re-imagines the 1901 Mercedes 35PS. Brian Won
  • Welcome to the future? Brian Won
  • Three-pointed star even in the details. Brian Won
  • Clear rear wheels. Brian Won
  • Clearly from the future, not the past. Brian Won
  • Classic touches emphasized with the wood rim. Brian Won
  • Strap your custom luggage to the back of the seat. Brian Won
  • Classic homage. Brian Won
  • Never in recent memory have Americans been so excited about a station wagon. Brian Won
  • White and black theme with a little silver. Brian Won
  • VW calls it the Space Vizzion and gets flustered when you insist on calling it the ID.5. Brian Won
  • This interior is actually quite close to production. Brian Won
  • VW calls this fabric AppleSkin, and it's made from apples. Brian Won
  • The diamond theme continues in the tail lights. Brian Won
  • Skateboard holders. Brian Won
  • Touch controls everywhere. Brian Won
  • Fancy headlights. Brian Won
  • Front grille. Brian Won
  • Aero wheels. Brian Won
  • Spacious backseat. Brian Won
  • Lots of vents at the front of the Acura Type-S concept. Brian Won
  • Chopped carbon fiber is another popular material this season. Brian Won
  • It even extends to the wheels. Brian Won
  • Angles, chopped carbon fiber, and big exhaust tips. Brian Won
  • The Acura Type-S made its debut at this year's Monterey Car Week. Brian Won
  • There's a Kia Niro, so of course Kia called its concept the Habanero. Brian Won
  • Centrally mounted… grab bar? Brian Won
  • Stylish corner light. Brian Won
  • Did they forget to match the brake rotor to the brake caliper? Brian Won
  • Back end is a little bulbous. Brian Won
  • My, what a big mouth you have, Lexus LF-30. Brian Won
  • Front angle shows off the vents and lines. Brian Won
  • Many, many vents. Brian Won
  • There are more vents in the doors. Brian Won
  • You'll need a toothbrush to clean the brake dust. Maybe Q-Tips. Brian Won
  • C-pillar detail. Brian Won
  • Angular backside. Brian Won
  • Custom-cut tires for concepts are always fun. Brian Won
  • Angular interior. Brian Won
  • More venting behind the front wheels. And the pedals say brake and speed. Brian Won
  • Diamonds or triangles appear to be a theme this year—this is the Hyundai Vision T. Brian Won
  • Illuminated grille badges are becoming more common. Brian Won
  • "We pursue innovative solutions in design and add emotional value to our product experience through sensuous sportiness design language," said SangYup Lee, senior vice president and head of Hyundai Global Design Center. Brian Won
  • Y-shapes abound, extending to the custom tires. Brian Won
  • Yes, it's a Hyundai. Brian Won
  • Angle shot shows off the combination of lines and yes, a few curves. Brian Won
  • Tail lights. Brian Won
  • Karma SC2 showing off the doors and long hood. Brian Won
  • Obligatory six-piston Brembos. Brian Won
  • The door hinges look robust. Brian Won
  • Rectangular steering wheels are everywhere. Brian Won
  • Tail lights. Brian Won
  • Not sure you're going to see much from the rear window. Brian Won
  • Floating wings on the roof. Brian Won
  • This is the Infiniti Q's Inspiration. Something a bit like this will go on sale in 2-3 years. Brian Won
  • It's going to be a plug-in hybrid, but for some reason Infiniti wants to find a word other than "hybrid" to describe the car's mix of electric and gasoline power. Brian Won
  • Front wheel and brakes. Brian Won
  • NHTSA would never approve these under current regulations. Brian Won
  • Rear three-fourths. Brian Won
  • Concept car tires. Brian Won
  • The back end is rather slab-sided. Brian Won
  • Glass patterned roof. Brian Won
  • Glowing seatbacks. Brian Won
  • Roof makes photographing the interior difficult. Read More – Source

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