Mini Electric Concept

Translating the brand's iconic design for an emission-free future, the Mini Electric Concept makes subtle yet important tweaks to the classic silhouette. Its grille retains its hexagonal shape but is closed off to improve aerodynamics, while the circular headlamp assemblies are filled with distinctive LED lamps. The brake lights see updates as well, with half the Union Jack visible as an LED dot matrix, and the 3D-printed inlays in the 19-inch wheels recall the fiberglass structure of the air deflectors while continuing the car's contrasting use of matte and glossy surfaces. While the company claims the car represents a "near-term vision," it's unlikely to see production in its current form.

  • Infiniti Prototype 9 Race Car

    It's not a "prototype" in the truest sense of the word — it's not a test run for a later production car. Instead, the Infiniti Prototype 9 Race Car is a one-off concept that reimagines a 1940s race car. While its steel body panels and steel ladder frame were built by hand using old-school manufacturing techniques, it's powered by an electric motor producing 148 hp. As a result, it can hit a top speed of over 100 mph and goes from 0-62 in just 5.5 seconds, but won't be of much use anywhere but the track, as its battery only lets it run for roughly 20 minutes at a time. For a firsthand glimpse, visit the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

  • 2006 Lamborghini Concept S

    Traditionally, there hasn't been much difference between Lamborghini's concept cars and the production machines. The borderline-outrageous styling and performance filter down quite well from the drawing board to the pavement. The Concept S is just that — a concept — except that it's a fully-functional, street-legal car. Building on the Gallardo platform, Lamborghini created a convertible like no other. There is no canvas or retractable hardtop. The Concept S is a true roadster, with the occupants exposed to the elements. The striking twin-cockpit design separates the driver and passenger and reinforces the look of single seat racing cars of the past. A truly rare car, this one-off drivable concept is the ultimate spyder, with only 115 miles clocked in the last 11 years.

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