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Alfa Romeo C18 Concept

This isn't the kind of concept car you see at the big auto shows. The Alfa Romeo C18 Concept is purely conceptual, as it doesn't exist at all. Yet. Designed by Antonio Paglia, it's based on the Alfa 8C, and has a swooping body with a "windscreen" that merges with the hood and is covered in a honeycomb pattern. It's unclear whether that would be replaced by traditional glass in a rear-world version, but what is clear is that the car's clean lines, contrasting surfaces, and LED lighting would all look great on the open road.

  • Audi Q8 Concept

    All concepts give us a glimpse of the future. With the Audi Q8 Concept, it happens to be the near future. It's powered by a plug-in hybrid system that marries a 3.0L petrol engine to an electric motor for a total output of 443 hp and a 0-60 time of 5.4 seconds. The exterior is sporty for a full-size SUV, with a lack of window frames, touch-sensor doors, and blue laser Matrix headlights. A head-up display uses augmented reality to place information and alerts in the proper real-life places, keeping your view on the road. The rest of the interior is dominated by screens, like the 12.3-inch display that replaces the traditional gauges and the multiple touchscreens that stand in for media, climate, and lighting controls. The all-wheel-drive production model is expected to launch next year.

  • Jaguar I-Pace Concept

    Billed as a five-seat sports car, a performance car, and an SUV all rolled into one, the Jaguar I-Pace Concept serves as a preview of an upcoming model set to arrive in 2018. Its all-electric platform was designed and engineered in-house, with front and rear motors providing nearly 400 hp and a 0-60 time of roughly four seconds. The battery pack sits below the cabin, opening up plenty of extra passenger room, and can hit an 80 percent charge in just 90 minutes while providing a range of over 300 miles fully juiced. The interior is similarly advanced, with a pair of touchscreens giving you an at-a-glance look at key information, and, of course, it still offers the ride and handling you'd expect from the legendary British brand.