It might become a production car someday. It might not. Either way, the Cadillac Escala Concept offers up hints for the future of the company's lineup. Positioned as a more elite alternative to the CT6, it measures an impressive 210.5 inches long, and is powered by a 4.2-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine. Cosmetically, it has agressive lines, "3D"-like grille and wheel treatments, and OLED headlights buried deep in the front fascia, while inside it's split into two distinct sections, with driving-focused screens and features up front and a backseat designed for relaxation.
Some concepts arrive road-ready. The Vision Mercedes Maybach 6 is not one of them. A dreamer's version of what a flagship Mercedes GT might look like, it has a low-slung, streamlined design that eschews the traditional tri-star in the grille and instead moves it above the hood. Details are scant ahead of its official Concours d'Elegance debut, but we do know it has an incredibly futuristic interior with heads-up displays, a swooping dash, and seats that blend both together and into the gullwing doors, as well as virtually zero chance of hitting the market in its current configuration.