Lamborghini 5-95 Zagato Concept

Nearly 50 years after their initial collaboration, these Italian carmakers are at it again, bringing us the Lamborghini 5-95 Zagato Concept — a dressed-up Gallardo with some of the most absurdly-beautiful curves we've seen in a while. With aggressive front fenders, a wind deflector placed in front of the windshield, wraparound glass, bubbles, and air intakes galore, the car pays homage to past collaborations with the Milanese coach-maker. Around back, it sports a shortened trunk to help show off some of the mechanicals emerging from its 5.2-liter V10 that produces nearly 600 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque through all four wheels.

  • BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept

    Concept cars generally fall into one of two categories: previews of upcoming production models, and blue-sky exercises in pushing things forward. The BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept is definitely an example of the latter. It features an insane interior made from layers of fine carbon fabric, controls, aluminum, wood, and leather, a B-pillar that's integrated in the front seat frames, a 3D information display, a next-gen head up display, two rear seat displays and a detachable tablet, and a sleek exterior featuring advanced aerodynamics, a coupe-style roofline, Laserlight headlamps, and OLED rear lighting. In other words, lots of stuff that you might see in future models — several years down the road.

  • Audi TT Offroad Concept

    After the debut of their Shooting Brake Concept earlier this year, it should come as no surprise that they would unveil a crossover based on the more familiar TT. The Audi TT Offroad Concept shares the same power plant — a unique plug-in hybrid with a two-liter turbocharged four-cylinder backed up by electric motors in the front and back axles producing an impressive 408 horsepower. It sports a higher ground clearance than it's coupe cousin, letting it handle light off road terrain while still maintaining a comfortable feel on the road. And while this still may not signal a transition into more versatile vehicles, it's obvious that the car company known for powerful all-wheel-drive wants to build cars meant for something a little more than your commute.

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