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Ford 2007 Airstream Concept

Ford 2007 Airstream Concept

Although it seems like there is a new crossover vehicle announced every week, we've never seen one like this. The Ford 2007 Airstream Concept ($TBA) is instantly recognizable thanks to reflective paint, and a part airplane, part Airstream trailer design. The real beauty is under the hood, however. The vehicle is powered by a plug-in hydrogen hybrid fuel cell — named HySeries Drive — that operates under electric power and delivers the fuel economy equivalent of 41 miles per gallon.

  • 2006 Dodge Challenger Concept

    Apparently, the American muscle car is back for good. Like the Chevy Camaro concept, the Dodge 2006 Challenger ($TBA) is one good lookin' beast. Based on the iconic 1970 model, the HEMI-powered concept was designed with the essential attributes of a muscle car — "distinctly American; mega horsepower; pure, minimal, signature lines; aggressive air-grabbing grille; and bold colors and graphics." Yep, that about sums it up.

  • Chevrolet Camaro Concept

    It takes a lot for us to drool over an American muscle car — we'd much rather be cruising around in a German or Japanese designed car. However, Chevrolet has finally created one that we'd love to see go into production, like, next week. Inspired by a combination of the 1969 Camaro, 2005 Corvette and the YF-22 fighter jet, the new Chevrolet Camaro Concept ($TBA) delivers killer styling, shape and stance. It boasts a 400-horsepower aluminum small-bock V-8 with Active Fuel Management technology, which shuts off four cylinders to save fuel when the engine is lightly loaded — yielding highway fuel economy of 30 mpg or better. A muscle car with fuel efficiency. About damn time.