Toyota recently took the wraps off the Toyota Hybrid X Concept ($TBA), one of the coolest futuristic cars we've seen in a long time. In addition to sporting hardcore hybrid technology, the car features conventional family car dimensions, an open-space design, and cool "interactive ambience" touches like two independent rear seats that can swivel by 12 degrees to allow back seat passengers to view the scenery passing by or turn towards each other for more intimate conversation.
When it comes to sport coupes, there are few more revered than the BMW M3. The new BMW M3 Concept ($TBA) carries on that tradition with stats like a V8 engine with two air intakes, 19-inch light alloy wheels, M3-specific body moldings, and a roof constructed of carbon fiber reinforced plastic. No word yet on when the production model of this concept will be available, but we can't wait to test drive it — which is unfortunately the only way we will ever get to touch this car.
If you're looking for an affordable ragtop, are sick of Miatas, and aren't feeling the Solstice, check out the Dodge Demon Concept ($TBA). The car is still in the concept stage, but is stacked with a 172hp 2.4-liter engine paired to a six-speed manual and a rear-wheel drivetrain. It also features 19-inch wheels, but concept wheels that large rarely past the concept stage, which is exactly where we hope this car is headed — in particular in a possible 300-hp SRT model. More pics after the jump.