Maserati Alfieri Concept

100 years is a long time for any company to stay in business — but especially a car company. The Maserati Alfieri Concept was created to celebrate the trident's centennial while serving as a hint of what the company's next sports car will be. Inspired in part by the 1954 Maserati A6 GCS-53, this 2+2 offers features like a 4.7L V8 engine good for 460 hp, a six-speed electro-actuated gearbox, Brembo brakes, TFT displays in the instrument panel, bi-xenon and LED headlamps, three dimensional candy-cane tail lights, 21-inch wheels, and a liquid metal-colored paint job. Let's just hope it doesn't take another hundred years to make it.

  • Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept

    VW has played around with the idea of a buggy-style rides before — see the Volkswagen Buggy Up Concept, for example — but never has one come so close to production-ready as the Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept. Based on the Beetle R-Line with same 210hp, 2.0L TSI engine but longer, wider, taller, and with additional ground clearance, this offroader features a ski rack built into the roof and rear spoilers, 19-inch wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights, LED fog lights, a 7.7-inch touchscreen, two-tone seats, and a six-speed DSG transmission. Sadly, still no word on whether this one might eventually make an appearance at a dealer new you.

  • Toyota FT-1 Concept

    Normally cars transition from the real world into video games — in fact, the number of models included in a game has been a selling point for years. My how the tables have turned. Created by Calty Design Research for Playstation's Gran Turismo series, the Toyota FT-1 Concept is now a real-world ride. Inspired by the automaker's long heritage of sports cars, including the 2000GT, Celica, Supra, and Scion FR-S, the FT-1 boasts a front-engine, rear-wheel layout, a gorgeously curvy body with various inlets, ducting, vents, and a retractable rear wing, and a intimate, functional cockpit.

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