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Toyota Hybrid X Concept

Toyota Hybrid X Concept

Toyota recently took the wraps off the Toyota Hybrid X Concept ($TBA), one of the coolest futuristic cars we've seen in a long time. In addition to sporting hardcore hybrid technology, the car features conventional family car dimensions, an open-space design, and cool "interactive ambience" touches like two independent rear seats that can swivel by 12 degrees to allow back seat passengers to view the scenery passing by or turn towards each other for more intimate conversation.

  • Jeep Trailhawk

    Another new concept vehicle announced at last week's North American International Auto Show was the rugged Jeep Trailhawk. Designed for the open road — both paved and unpaved — the Trailhawk boasts a modern angular design and broad stance with a long 116-inch wheelbase. Outside are 22-inch wheels, signature seven-slot Jeep grille, and HID projector beam quad lamps, while the inside has sweet black and orange trim, spray-finish flooring, and removable, portable audio pod sound systems in each quarter panel. And a Jeep wouldn't be a Jeep without a little sky showing. The Trailhawk is an open-air concept — it has fully retractable windows all-around and removable glass panels over the seats and cargo compartment.

  • Ford 2007 Airstream Concept

    Although it seems like there is a new crossover vehicle announced every week, we've never seen one like this. The Ford 2007 Airstream Concept ($TBA) is instantly recognizable thanks to reflective paint, and a part airplane, part Airstream trailer design. The real beauty is under the hood, however. The vehicle is powered by a plug-in hydrogen hybrid fuel cell — named HySeries Drive — that operates under electric power and delivers the fuel economy equivalent of 41 miles per gallon.