2006 Lamborghini Concept S

Traditionally, there hasn't been much difference between Lamborghini's concept cars and the production machines. The borderline-outrageous styling and performance filter down quite well from the drawing board to the pavement. The Concept S is just that — a concept — except that it's a fully-functional, street-legal car. Building on the Gallardo platform, Lamborghini created a convertible like no other. There is no canvas or retractable hardtop. The Concept S is a true roadster, with the occupants exposed to the elements. The striking twin-cockpit design separates the driver and passenger and reinforces the look of single seat racing cars of the past. A truly rare car, this one-off drivable concept is the ultimate spyder, with only 115 miles clocked in the last 11 years.

  • Tesla Roadster Y Concept

    Rumors have been swirling that Telsa is working on a successor to the Roadster, the first model from the electric car company which ended production in 2012. While nothing has been confirmed as of yet, Tesla co-founder Elon Musk did drop a hint at the new Roadster having a 0-60 time of fewer than two seconds, beating the Model S P100D's Ludicrous mode. Keeping with the Spaceballs theme for the high-performance setting, there's only one suitable name left — Maximum Plaid. But until official word comes down from Tesla, we'll have to be content with this excellent concept work by Brazillian designer Vinicius Buch. The slightly asymmetrical open-top roadster features swipe-to-unlock doors and a Tesla logo that doubles as a start button. On the inside, a very minimalist dash has a split touch screen and keyboard, and a very squarish steering wheel. The actual Roadster is rumored for a 2019 launch, so until then we'll have to be content with dreams.

  • Crossout Nissan GT-R

    We all know that the best thing about the apocalypse will be the trick rat rods we get to drive while we're raiding the cult next door for fuel. That's pretty much the plot of Crossout, a game that aims to fulfill your end times fantasies. Think of it as Mad Max LEGOs: You have a massive box of car parts, and you get to assemble the four-wheeled Frankenstein of your dreams. YasidDesign did just that, using a Nissan Skyline GT-R as the base. Paired-down bodywork, hardpoints for attaching large caliber weaponry and a motor swap to something that will be a little easier to maintain than the stock GT-Rs twin-turbo I6 make this the perfect car for navigating the collapse of civilization.

    Photos: Yasid Design

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