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Renault Trezor Concept

Some concepts are production ready. Others, like the Renault Trezor Concept, are not. Unapologetically impractical, this low-slung GT has a single-piece clamshell roof that opens upwards to provide access to the interior. Speaking of which, it has a red wood dashboard, lounge-like seats, three screens, and a Formula 1-inspired rectangular steering wheel that puts you in control of the 350 hp electric motor, capable of moving the car from 0-62 mph in under four seconds. Outside, there's red glazing, C-shaped lights, carbon bodywork with contrasting finishes, and red fiber optic lighting in the rear.

  • Pininfarina H2 Speed Concept

    Pininfarina is known for its car designs, not for its self-branded cars. That might change with the Pininfarina H2 Speed Concept. Using hydrogen fuel cell technology, this quasi-hypercar produces around 500 hp from two electric motors, with a direct transmission, carbon chassis, dual wishbone suspension, and carbon brakes helping performance along. The result is a vehicle with race car-like looks, streamlined in the company's signature style, that can go from 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds yet produces no emissions save for some air and water.

  • Citroen Cxperience Concept

    Low slung yet incredibly roomy, the Citroen Cxperience Concept is a bold vision of the touring sedan. It has a plug-in hybrid drivetrain that pairs a 150+ hp gasoline engine with an electric motor good for as much as 80 kW of extra energy, giving it up to 300 total hp. It can travel over 35 miles on electric power only, which can be monitored on the head up display. Suicide rear doors help give full access to the futuristic citrus yellow interior, while a large screen extends out from behind the steering wheel, providing both controls and electronic gauges.