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Volkswagen Formula XL1 Concept

Imagine if you could go over 250 miles on a single gallon of gas. Volkswagen hasn't just imagined it — they've made it a reality with the Volkswagen Formula XL1 Concept ($TBA). Far more production-ready than the company's past one-liter efforts, the XL1 is powered by a hybrid two cylinder TDI engine and electric motor/lithium ion battery pairing, and features a seven-speed dual clutch DSG transmission, side-by-side seating, wing-style doors, carbon fibre reinforced polymer parts throughout the body, and the ability to go around 20 miles without needing any gas at all. We're just hoping the design gets a little more work, as the futuristic-as-of-1983 styling isn't really doing it for us.

  • Toyota Tundra Sportsman

    If you're into an outdoor lifestyle -- and we mean really into it -- then you might be interested in the Toyota Tundra Sportsman ($TBA). This one-off pickup created in partnership with Bass Pro Shops' RedHead Pro Hunting Team is a one-stop hunting station, with specialized interior tricks like a weather station and GPS, Browning-branded camouflage floor mats, and a pistol safe, and with a host of exterior modifications like JBL all-weather outdoor speakers in the bed, two steel, locking rifle cases, a swing-out work bench in the bed, a small stove, sink and work surface in the tailgate area, a built-in seven-gallon water tank, an 86 square foot platform on top of the camper shell and cab big enough to accommodate a 7' x 7' two-man tent as well as a two-man camouflage blind, a three-inch suspension lift, and ATX 18-inch Teflon coated wheels paired with 33 x 12.5" Nitto Mud Grapplers tires to ensure you'll arrive at your desired spot without any problem, no matter how rugged the terrain.

  • 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.