Pininfarina H2 Speed Concept

Pininfarina is known for its car designs, not for its self-branded cars. That might change with the Pininfarina H2 Speed Concept. Using hydrogen fuel cell technology, this quasi-hypercar produces around 500 hp from two electric motors, with a direct transmission, carbon chassis, dual wishbone suspension, and carbon brakes helping performance along. The result is a vehicle with race car-like looks, streamlined in the company's signature style, that can go from 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds yet produces no emissions save for some air and water.

  • Vision Mercedes Maybach 6

    Some concepts arrive road-ready. The Vision Mercedes Maybach 6 is not one of them. A dreamer's version of what a flagship Mercedes GT might look like, it has a low-slung, streamlined design that eschews the traditional tri-star in the grille and instead moves it above the hood. Details are scant ahead of its official Concours d'Elegance debut, but we do know it has an incredibly futuristic interior with heads-up displays, a swooping dash, and seats that blend both together and into the gullwing doors, as well as virtually zero chance of hitting the market in its current configuration.

  • Toyo Ferret Off Road Vehicle

    Based on an armored military scout vehicle from the '50s, the Toyo Ferret Off Road Vehicle was built to show off the company's Open Country tires — and it does it well. The Ferret's original engine was replaced with a beefy LS V8, the chassis upgraded with King shocks, and a custom grappling hook launcher attached to the winch cable. Of course, there's also six wheels outfitted with the aforementioned tires, with the middle wheels on hydraulics so you can lower or raise them as needed.

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