Inspired by the classic CJ-5, the Jeep Shortcut is a one-off Wrangler-based ode to the off-roaders of the '50s and '60s. It starts with a shortened body that also gets a new grille, hood, tailgate, wheel flares, and chrome bumpers. The modifications continue with a new exhaust, red wheels, and new performance suspension parts. It's finished with a simple interior, outfitted with two leather bucket seats with plaid inserts, a four-point safety cage, and a red ball shifter handle for the five-speed automatic that's hooked to the 3.6L V6 under the hood.
Named for the signature front end design of many current Nissan vehicles, the Nissan Vmotion 2.0 is a look at the company's motoring future. A true blue-sky concept, it has a host of forward-thinking features, such as a front emblem and rear diffuser that glow to indicate when it's in autonomous mode and a huge horizontal display that serves as both control and gauge. The "floating roof" is made from wrap-around rear glass, Bose UltraNearfield Speakers provide 360-degree sound, and doors that swing outward in both front and rear provide easy access to the spacious, luxurious Zebra Wood-clad interior.