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BMW 6 Series Concept

Unlike some concepts that are pie-in-the-sky creations, unlikely to ever see the light of day outside of the world's auto shows, the BMW 6 Series Concept ($TBA) most definitely represents the company's next high-end coupe. The new design features an upright double kidney grill, new curves, LED headlamps, a redesigned cabin with driver-focused controls and a waterfall-like element connecting the dash and the center console, and plenty of creature comforts.

  • Peugeot 5

    It's just a concept at this point, but the Peugeot 5 ($TBA) is likely to share more than a few features with the company's next 508 sedan — and that's a good thing. It's powered by Peugeot's Hybrid4 technology, which combines a 2.0L HDi FAP diesel engine, mounted at the front of the vehicle and good for 163hp, with a 37 bhp electric motor at the rear for a total of 200hp. Other features include automatic four-wheel drive, 19-inch wheels, LED lighting, and a concept-worthy windshield that seems to disappear into the roof.

  • Audi E-Tron

    Boasting twin rear-center mounted electric motors and R8-inspired styling, the Audi E-Tron ($TBA) will surely give the Teslas of the world a run for their money — if it ever gets past the concept stage. The E-Tron's striking looks and eco-friendly cred are joined by performance numbers such as 204hp, a 0-100 kph time of 5.9 seconds, and a 60-120 kph time of just 5.1 seconds. The E-Tron also employs an ASF-design aluminum body to reduce its curb weight down to under 3,000 lbs., Audi's MMI system to control vehicle functions, and a built-in heat pump and climate control system that heat or cool the interior as appropriate while the E-Tron's energy storage unit recharges.