Volkswagen's concept car that travels by using magnetic force to float >> Awesome!

Audi Flying Car Concept

The Guardian Concept Vehicle Seats Seven, Can Drive Itself

Holden Efijy, concept car

The Tata AirPod is a city car running on compressed air (as well as a battery-powered electric motor). The ease of converting air into an energy source using simple compressors means charging stations can be placed anywhere, and they require no provisioning — no trucks delivering gas, ethanol, or hydrogen — and they produce no emissions, just discharge of the air. The AirPod can run 125mi (200k) at a top speed between 28 to 43mph (45 to 70kph).

Moller M400 Skycar - Designed and developed to provide efficient and a futuristic means of personal transportation, the Moller M400 Skycar from Moller International is one of the most elegant as well as one of the most expensive flying cars in existence. The M400 Skycar is powered lift vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) vehicle that encompasses the attributes of a helicopter and a jet airplane.

Ferrari concept

Rolls Royce Phantom Series II we would love these in a tv room, as for having them in a car. my friends would camp out in my car!

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Whether created to test radical engineering principles or simply to astound audiences, the vehicles featured in Concept Cars fuel America's love affair with aut


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♂ Silver Concept Car Mercedes Benz Silver Arrow.

Thorium-Fueled Automobile Engine Needs Refueling Once a Century. Laser Power Systems (LPS) from Connecticut, USA, is developing a new method of automotive propulsion with one of the most dense materials known in nature: thorium. Because thorium is so dense it has the potential to produce tremendous amounts of heat. The company has been experimenting with small bits of thorium, creating a laser that heats water, produces steam and powers a mini turbine.


#Toyota 's Fun-Vii, a concept car who's exterior serve as an external display

Mercedes concept car

Volkswagen Micro-Bus - The Verdier

Julian Montague: 'Cars of the 1970s' posters

"ZERO" Amazing Ultramodern Personal's my wallet....take my money...

Bugatti Concept