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Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept

It may seem hard to believe, but Land Rover introduced its iconic Discovery line 25 years ago. In celebration of the quarter century mark, they've created a new concept for the Discovery that will carry it into the next 25 years — and beyond. The Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept combines the Discovery's rugged heritage with a sleek, modern design that incorporates cutting-edge tech like smart glass, laser headlights, a new Terrain Response system, and Remote Control Drive. And while we doubt all of this makes it into a production model (should they choose to build one), we'd guess that it won't look all that different than what you see here.

  • Renault Kwid Concept

    If you've ever been driving along in your car and wished for a better vantage point to see the road ahead, your dream is (nearly) a reality, thanks to the Renault Kwid Concept. This bizarre-looking two-wheel-drive, dual-clutch 1.2-liter turbocharged buggy channels the look of an off-roader, and has one important feature — an aerial drone that docks on the rear portion of the roof, flying above the car as it drives. Able to be piloted automatically or manually, and controlled from a built-in tablet in the dashboard, you can use the drone to survey traffic, take aerial photography, or just confuse passers-by. Just make sure not to fly it manually while you're actually driving.

  • Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept

    VW has played around with the idea of a buggy-style rides before — see the Volkswagen Buggy Up Concept, for example — but never has one come so close to production-ready as the Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept. Based on the Beetle R-Line with same 210hp, 2.0L TSI engine but longer, wider, taller, and with additional ground clearance, this offroader features a ski rack built into the roof and rear spoilers, 19-inch wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights, LED fog lights, a 7.7-inch touchscreen, two-tone seats, and a six-speed DSG transmission. Sadly, still no word on whether this one might eventually make an appearance at a dealer new you.