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1960 Jeep FC 150 Concept

Most concepts give us a glimpse of the future. The 1960 Jeep FC 150 Concept gives us an upgrade on the past. As the name suggests, it's based on an FC 150 from 1960, which itself was based on the CJ-5. This new concept keeps the original steel body with full-length cargo box, while replacing the original chassis with one from a 2005 Jeep Wrangler, modified to accept new Dana axles and 17-inch white steel wheels. The interior has been tastefully upgraded as well, with vinyl seat covers, a new headliner, CB radio, a compass, and all-weather floor mats. Powered by a 4.0L PowerTech inline six paired with a 3-speed automatic, it's ready for everything from the trails to the ranch.

  • 2020 Ford Bronco Concept

    It's unlikely to see the production line anytime soon — it's not even an official Ford concept, after all — but we still wouldn't mind hopping behind the wheel of this 2020 Ford Bronco Concept. Drawing inspiration from classic Broncos as well as Ford's 2004 concept, it features classic details like round headlights, a squared-off inset grille, and exposed door hinges. Those are merged with a boxy frame with a slight slope to the A pillar and rear hatch, in keeping with more recent Fords, and modern body on frame construction.

  • Renault Alpine Vision Concept

    Responsible for resurrecting a brand known for its sporting heritage, the Renault Alpine Vision Concept is the rare "concept" that's more of a prototype; a sneak peek at a real life vehicle. The lightweight coupe is powered by a mid-mounted, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, good for a 0-62 time of just 4.5 seconds. On the exterior, it features twin round headlights, generous air intakes, large rear wings, and diamond turned wheels, while the two-seat interior is a high-tech mix of leather, microfiber, aluminum, and carbon, the better to match the electronic TFT instrument panel. Built in Dieppe, France, its production descendant will begin to arrive at dealerships next year.