Audi Aicon Concept

Named for the Audi AI that controls it, the Audi Aicon Concept serves as a design study for the car of the future. The 2+2 vehicle is unencumbered by the need for a steering wheel or pedals, instead giving over to interior screens, wraparound views, and unheard of ergonomics, including seats that move up to 20 inches front-to-back on dedicated platforms. Gone are traditional headlights and taillights, replaced with a matrix of hundreds of triangular pixels, which can form "eyes" that follow passers-by and other cars. It's powered by an electric powertrain capable of 80 mph cruising speeds and with nearly 500 miles of range, and obviously, won't see the road until all our cars are driving themselves.

  • Mini John Cooper Works GP Concept

    Building on prior JCW models, the Mini John Cooper Works GP Concept is the latest take on a Mini that's as capable on the track as it is on the road. Wider than the standard model, it has a custom front apron, side skirts, and other add-ons made from carbon fiber to reduce weight. Further bulk reduction comes from removing the back seats, resulting in a spartan, driver-focused interior. Other details provide further assurance that this isn't your average Cooper, including the roll cage, 19-inch Racetrack wheels, half-Union Jack on each of the taillights, and 0059 on the sides, referring to 1959, the year the Mini launched.

  • Surgo Mountain Rescue Vehicle

    Designed specifically for use in difficult terrain, the Surgo Mountain Rescue Vehicle has capabilities far beyond that of any production SUV. The concept was created by Warsaw-based studio 2sympleks with input from real-life GOPR and TOPR rescuers. Its innovative suspension, developed by the neighboring Automotive Industry Institute, lets it lock its body in a shifted position, enables approach and departure angles of nearly 90 degrees, and has an advanced system of springs and shock absorbers. Inside are seats for up to eight rescuers, plus enough room for two victims to be safely transported via stretchers. While a scale model has been built, no plans to build a full-size version have been announced.

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