Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet

The original Maybach 6 gave us a glimpse at what Mercedes' ultra-luxury brand's flagship coupe could be. The Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet does the same for a drop-top. It's powered by an electric drive system producing 750 hp with a range of over 200 miles. Similarly advanced is the interior, with a display strip that runs from the rear across the doors and all the way across the dash. Most striking, however, is the art deco-inspired exterior design, with its oversized hood and grill, yacht-like boat tail rear, 24-inch alloy wheels, and 20-foot length. Like its hard-topped sibling, it's unlikely to see production anytime soon.

  • 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.

  • Retro Futuristic Vehicles

    Rarely does nostalgia and futurism blend as well as they do in these Retro Futuristic Vehicles concepts from Brazilian designer Jomar Machado. Mixing familiar silhouettes — motorcycles, Mustangs, and Porsches among them — with parts both vintage and currently impossible, they provide a potential glimpse into the future of travel that's both fantastic and yet feels fully grounded.

    Photos: Jomar Machado

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