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Nissan Titan Warrior Concept

Wider, taller, and meaner than its showroom cousin, the Nissan Titan Warrior Concept is yet another design exercise we'd like to take for a spin — in the dirt, not on the road. The rugged truck sits three inches higher than stock, and is six inches wider, as well, both necessary to fit the 37-inch off-road tires that sit on 18-inch dark matte aluminum alloy wheels. The Cummins 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel engine provides plenty of power, LED lighting in both the front and rear (and roof) ensures visibility, and the carbon fiber spoilers on the rear cab and tailgate reduce drag when speeding across the wilderness.

  • Faraday Future FFZERO1 Concept

    Most concepts leave us wanting to take them out for a spin around the block. The Faraday Future FFZERO1 Concept has us wanting to take it out for a spin around the track. Built primarily for racing, but including technology that could be extended to other, more practical vehicles, it's built on a modular system called Variable Platform Architecture that can be adapted for different sized wheelbases. It's powered by four motors — one at each wheel — producing over 1,000 hp, with a 0-60 time under 3 seconds and top speed of over 200mph. Your smartphone is integrated into the steering column, serving as the main interface both in and out of the cockpit, and the seat was designed to keep you at a 45-degree angle, promoting circulation while the special helmet and Halo safety system deliver head and neck support, oxygen, and water.

  • Toyota Tonka 4Runner Concept

    Tonka trucks are known for their toughness. Now there's one that's man-sized. Aside from the brand-heavy paint job, the first thing you notice about the Toyota Tonka 4Runner Concept is the wheels. And for good reason: they're bright yellow 20-inch Ultra Motorsports wrapped in 38-inch off-road tires, made all the more conspicuous by the 10-inch Bulletproof Suspension lift kit. Bulletproof also supplied the custom welded bumpers, ladders, side steps, and roof rack, the latter of which holds a pop-up tent. Sadly, it's only a concept, so you've no better chance of driving this one around than you do the yellow dump trucks in the toy aisle.