Jaguar I-Pace Concept

Billed as a five-seat sports car, a performance car, and an SUV all rolled into one, the Jaguar I-Pace Concept serves as a preview of an upcoming model set to arrive in 2018. Its all-electric platform was designed and engineered in-house, with front and rear motors providing nearly 400 hp and a 0-60 time of roughly four seconds. The battery pack sits below the cabin, opening up plenty of extra passenger room, and can hit an 80 percent charge in just 90 minutes while providing a range of over 300 miles fully juiced. The interior is similarly advanced, with a pair of touchscreens giving you an at-a-glance look at key information, and, of course, it still offers the ride and handling you'd expect from the legendary British brand.

  • Chevrolet x Hurley Colorado Z71 Truck

    Designed specifically for getting surfers to and from the most remote beaches, the Chevrolet x Hurley Colorado Z71 Truck is a far cry from the woodies and buses synonymous with the beaches of the past. Special additions to this concept include a custom rack packed with a pair of Pyzel boards, a Bimini-style bedcover, a bed-mounted Thule rack for drying wetsuits and storing drinks, and interior seats done in ventiprene, a breathable material similar to the neoprene used in wetsuits. It's finished with a custom exhaust, off-road lights, and a custom Seafoam Green paint job.

  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class Concept Truck

    Still in the late stages of development, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class Concept Truck will be the Tri-Star's first foray into the pickup market. Officially part of the Mercedes-Benz Vans lineup, this mid-sized pickup will offer all the creature comforts the company is known for in a rugged one-ton body. It will be powered by a six-cylinder engine, with full-time all-wheel drive, and modern safety and driver assistance systems. The concept is currently being shown in two guises — one city-friendly and stylish, one more rugged and geared for the outdoors — although the final lineup has yet to be announced. Oh, and one more thing — although European deliveries are set to start in late 2017, there's no US launch planned just yet.

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