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Mercedes-AMG GT Concept

Joining the SLS AMG and AMG GT in being designed entirely at AMG's Affalterbach HQ, the Mercedes-AMG GT Concept extends this tradition of performance to a four-door coupe. As is typical of concepts, it features several future-looking technologies, including a racing-inspired body with active radiator shutters, "nano active fiber" daytime running lights, and a performance hybrid system that marries a handcrafted AMG 4.0L biturbo V8 with a powerful electric motor. Sadly, it shares something else with most concepts: it's anyone's guess as to when or if we'll see a version ready for the road.

  • Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept

    Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg doesn't build anything but four-wheeled, two-doored supercars. This Koenigsegg Motorcycle Concept shows what a two-wheeled take might look like. Moscow-based designer Maxim Burov imagines the bike as a sleek affair, with wrap-around bodywork that hides the gas tank, engine, and the majority of the rest of the bike's components. The single seat is as short and stout as the bike itself, which lacks a windshield, and, for now, a working prototype.

  • 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.

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