MG E-Motion

With a sports back silhouette that recalls the brand's previous sports cars and a grill and headlights inspired by the London Eye, the MG E-Motion is an exciting mix of the new and the old. Its all-electric powertrain was developed in-house and gives the concept the ability to go from 0-62 mph in under four seconds, with a range of over 300 miles. It's also Internet-connected, with an intelligent infotainment system that makes it as enjoyable for the passenger as it is for the driver.

  • Genesis GV80 Fuel Cell SUV Concept

    Hyundai makes SUVs, but until now, its luxury brand hasn't ventured beyond sedans and coupes. The Genesis GV80 Fuel Cell SUV Concept is the first look at the brand's take on an SUV, mixing a muscular, sporty body with a forward-looking interior. A plug-in hydrogen fuel cell system provides the power, while a 22-inch curved OLED infinity display keeps the driver and passengers abreast of remaining range and other information. The interior is otherwise covered in semi-aniline leather and ash wood, with metal used sparingly on the trim and knurled physical controls. Outside, there's the signature Genesis crest grille with a lower line that extends the length of the body, 23-inch mesh alloy wheels that help to cool the oversized brakes, laser fiber-optic tail lamps, and an eye-catching Ice Granite finish.

  • Toyota FT-4X Concept

    Penned by the company's Calty Design Research in California, the Toyota FT-4X Concept is meant to accommodate the modern urban explorer. Its small footprint lets it easily maneuver around city streets and parking spaces. The rear Multi-Hatch can open horizontally or vertically, depending on the direction of the rotating handle, letting you access your gear no matter the space available. Tie-down hooks abound on the bumpers, roof, and spacious cargo bay, and color-coded storage areas make it clear what each is for, with heated and cooled boxes in the rear. It's still a concept, of course, so you also get some features not likely to ever reach production, like a compact The North Face sleeping bag that doubles as an armrest, and a GoPro HERO5 Session camera built into the driver's side rearview mirror to record your adventures.

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