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Cadillac Ciel Concept

Ever watch an old period piece and yearn for the casual, oversized, four-seat convertibles of the early 20th century? Apparently so do the designers at Cadillac, as that seems to be the inspiration for the Cadillac Ciel Concept ($TBA). This elongated drop-top boasts a hybrid system pairing a lithium-ion battery with a twin-turbocharged, 3.6L V6, four full-sized doors with suicides in the rear, a polished aluminum windshield frame, an interior borne of body-colored panels, wood, and leather, 22-inch rims featuring brushed nickel plating overtop milled aluminum, carbon ceramic brake rotors, LED lighting elements, a power-assisted transmission shifter, heating and cooling features in all the seats, and tons of other features that recall a bygone era of simple luxury.

  • Chevrolet Colorado Rally Concept

    Odds are you'll never see this bad boy at your local dealership, but it would be way cooler if you did. The Chevrolet Colorado Rally Concept ($TBA) comes ready to tackle the toughest terrain, thanks to a double cabin, four-wheel drive, 18-inch rims with 305/60 R18 tires, a 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine, the ability to adjust the suspension while on the move, integrated winches in the front and back, vented acrylic side windows, GPS navigation, a Hydration Pack to quench your thirst when the nearest stop is miles away, rally racing seats with five-point seatbelts, an integrated roll bar, and aggressive styling that begs to be driven on real-life roads.

  • Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro

    Mixing a small, hatchback design with race track-ready specs, the Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro ($TBA) looks to be a blast. Powered by a five-cylinder turbocharged engine pumping out 503 hp, the Clubsport can rocket from 0-62 in just 3.7 seconds, and reach a governed top speed of 155 mph. Other features include a high-performance exhaust that outlets in front to the rear left wheel, a six-speed manual transmission, quattro permanent all-wheel drive, 19-inch alloy wheels with a turbine design, a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer roof with double-wing spoiler, and an interior bereft of anything except for gauges, rocker switches, a stabilizing crossbar where the back seat would be, and two lightweight bucket seats. As with all concepts, expect to see this beauty in showrooms... never.