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Genesis New York Concept

Aimed at the C-Classes, 3-Series, and A4s of the world, the Genesis New York Concept shows Hyundai's freshly spun-off luxury brand tackling new territory. Beneath the dramatic, agressive body lies a 245 hp hybrid drive system, with a 2.0L GDi engine at its core. It's on the interior where the real innovation appears, however, in the form of a floating 21-inch curved 4K screen that combines the instrument cluster and infotainment systems. It's controlled via a circular multitouch control panel in the elongated console, but can also accept 3D gesture controls for moving media and other apps back and forth as desired.

  • 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.

  • BMW Vision Next 100 Concept

    More "vision" than "concept", the BMW Vision Next 100 Concept isn't meant to herald some near-term production model. Instead, it's an imagining of the car as it will exist decades down the road. As autonomous driving is considered an inevitability, the 100 has a mode, called "Ease" that retracts the steering wheel, adjusts the seats so it's easier to interact with others in the car, and clouds the windshield for use as a screen. But when you want to take control, the "Boost" mode uses the windshield to overlay information like optimal driving lines, steering points, and speeds. And while all that interior innovation is notable, so too is the exterior, which features a series of triangular "scales" that stretches to accommodate the turning of the faired in wheels, improving aerodynamics. Arriving at a dealer near you sometime in 2055.