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.

  • Peugeot EX1

    If the BMW 6 Series Concept was basically an early look at an upcoming production model, the Peugeot EX1 ($TBA) is the polar opposite: a wild creation that lets the car's designers stretch their imaginations with out worrying about pesky topics like actual production cost or real-world feasibility. Still, the EX1 is every bit as intriguing, with its open-cockpit mix of car and motorcycle, it's world-class acceleration, dual electric motors cranking out the equivalent of 340 hp, and its all-time four wheel drive. Just don't expect it in dealerships any time soon.

  • BMW 6 Series Concept

    Unlike some concepts that are pie-in-the-sky creations, unlikely to ever see the light of day outside of the world's auto shows, the BMW 6 Series Concept ($TBA) most definitely represents the company's next high-end coupe. The new design features an upright double kidney grill, new curves, LED headlamps, a redesigned cabin with driver-focused controls and a waterfall-like element connecting the dash and the center console, and plenty of creature comforts.

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