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Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept

We've watched as a slew of luxury crossovers have either entered the market, or been teased as concepts at various auto shows — but none of them look quite like the Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept ($TBA). Its creased design and spindle grill look sharp enough to cut you if you get too close, and the headlights suggest the face of a Japanese mecha ready to battle a kaiju onslaught. Details on the power plant are still fuzzy (though they may become clearer when it debuts in Frankfurt), but apparently it will sport a hybrid engine tuned for the kind of torque an SUV demands.

  • 2015 BMW M4 Coupe Concept

    While very little is known yet about the 2015 BMW M4 Coupe Concept ($TBA) early shots have leaked, and it looks gorgeous (we'll forgive them for the awful metallic yellow color this time). They're expected to ditch the V8 in favor of an inline-six similar to the beloved engine found in the E46 M3s, which drivers raved about for its incomparable smoothness. Early estimates put this turbocharged engine's output at somewhere around 450 horsepower. Regardless, this looks like an exciting direction for the 4-series' sportier sibling.

  • Lamborghini Egoista Concept

    Plenty of cars — even Lamborghinis — draw inspiration from aviation, but few take the concept as far as this. Created to celebrate Lambo's 50th anniversary, the Lamborghini Egoista Concept ($TBA) takes many of its styling cues from the Apache helicopter. Named after the Italian word for "selfish", this unique concept is centered around a single-person, carbon fiber and aluminum cockpit that's actually removable, and is designed around the driver, with a racing seat, four-point restraints, and a heads-up display. LED clearance lights replace traditional headlights, hidden xenon headlamps provide distance lighting, and flaps on the bodywork help increase stability and airflow to the 600hp, 5.2L V10 engine. If that wasn't enough, the body and wheels are made from anti-radar material, giving us just one more reason to believe that this beast won't be going into production any time soon.