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Mini Paceman Concept

Like the concept of the Mini but sick of the brand's staid, boxy looks? Feast your eyes on the Mini Paceman Concept ($TBA). This new "sports activity coupe" features more interior room than the traditional Cooper but maintains the two-doors + hatch DNA, and also offers a permanent all-wheel-drive system, a 1.6-litre four banger good for 211 hp, MacPherson spring struts on the front, a multi-link rear axle borrowed from parent BMW, and a striking design that will never be mistaken for boring.

  • Audi Quattro Concept

    Created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Audi Ur-Quattro's debut in 1980, the new Audi Quattro Concept ($TBA) is a fitting, if not overly derivative, tribute. Powered by a turbocharged inline five-cylinder engine — like the original — good for 408 hp, the Quattro Concept also features a six-speed manual gearbox, leather-lined Sparco seats, a modified MMI infotainment system with a rally racing twist, LED headlamps that adjust direction both vertically and horizontally, and, thankfully, a futuristic angular body that no one's going to confuse with the boxy stylings of the original.

  • 2012 Ford Focus ST

    We've long envied the Europeans for their non-sucky, rally-inspired sport editions of the Focus, and now we finally get one of our own. Although labeled an "early preview model," the 2012 Ford Focus ST ($TBA) you see here is no doubt close to what we'll see on showroom floors, with a sporty, aggressive body, oversized grille, four doors plus a hatch, and a 2.0-liter Ford EcoBoost engine good for 247 horsepower, or more than enough to let you see what we've been missing.