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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.

  • Scion FR-S Concept

    We're pretty sure Scion would have been the last company we'd have expected to announce a front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports car, but then again, that's why they call it a "concept." The Scion FR-S Concept ($TBA) is a throwback to Toyotas past, like the AE86 generation of the Corolla and the 2000GT, meant to bring fun back to the Camry-maker's extended lineup. It's powered by a flat 2.0-liter boxer engine mated to either a six-speed, short-throw manual or automatic with steering- wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and offers plenty of other niceties, including LED lighting around the headlights and taillights, 20-inch wheels, a low center of gravity, and a "dynamically favorable" front-to-rear weight ratio — but enough with the chit-chat. Just make it already.

  • Mercedes-Benz A-Class Concept

    Thinking about a new hatchback? You might want to wait a second. The Mercedes-Benz A-Class Concept ($TBA) is the Tri-Star's newest compact concept, but doesn't skimp on the goodies — like a BlueEFFICIENCY 2.0L four-cylinder good for 210 hp, a dual-clutch transmission, a radar-based collision detection system, Adaptive Brake Assist, and museum-worthy looks. Here's to hoping they actually, you know, make the damn thing.