Toyota GR HV Sports Concept

Drawing inspiration from the TS050 Hybrid race car and taking some exterior cues from the beloved 86, Toyota's GR HV Sports Concept combines performance with eco-friendly driving. Its hybrid powertrain delivers more than enough juice to get the wind ripping through its Targa top, while an H-pattern shifter lets you enjoy six-speed manual-style driving when you want it and the convenience of an automatic when you don't. No production plans have yet been announced, but given its similarities to real-world examples, a commercial release isn't as far-fetched as it might seem.

  • Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept

    Most new concept cars look to artificial intelligence as a way to keep you from having to drive. The Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept uses it as a way to make driving more fun. Meant as a glimpse at the brand's future direction instead of a pre-production exercise, this all-electric crossover SUV has a coaching function that lets the AI get an idea of your skill level, then build a customized training program that will enhance your abilities behind the wheel. Its powered by a three-motor, 4WD system with a single motor for the front wheels and a pair hooked to the rears via a torque-vectoring unit that enhances traction and handling in any condition.

  • Suzuki e-Survivor SUV Concept

    A sort of spiritual successor to the classic Samurai, the Suzuki e-Survivor SUV Concept is enough to make us wish the company still sold cars state-side. The design borrows cues from vehicles both new and old, with a mix of novel new features like see-through doors, screens throughout the interior, and electric motors hidden in the wheels. Built on a truck-style ladder frame, it promises solid off-road performance in a compact body, although it's likely to be years before we see any of these ideas in a production model.

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