The Bluetrain 21 is a concept vehicle created by German designer Paolo Corcagnani for the 4th Peugeot Design Contest. It can be controlled by means of an X-Box console and combines futuristic virtual racing with motorsports heritage.
Cardesign.ru has published an extensive report of the Audi Quattroflex project by Russian designer Alexey Bykov. This original concept vehicle was among the winners of the 2006 Interior Motives Awards.
A proposal for a futuristic Mercedes-Benz muscle car, with an aggressive look and a 600-hp engine tuned by AMG. The author is Mark Hsieh, a graduate in Automotive Design from Coventry University.
Virtual car has published an interesting project of a futuristic evolution of the Lotus Seven sportscar. It was designed by South African designer Wayne Batty who has created two versions for both male and female customers.
The Volvo TCC (Tandem Concept Car) is a two-seater vehicle developed by English designer Rene Harrigan for his final thesis project at Coventry University.
The WildCat is a project of a sports coupé created by Bulgarian design group I2B Concept. Their target is to build a working prototype within 2008.
The B3 is a work-in-progress project of a sports coupé with a muscular and rétro style. It was created by Netherlands-based Sabino Design, which is currently looking for investors.
Virtual car has published an image gallery of the Alfa Romeo Demo, created by Daniele Pigino for the 2005 "Italian Sportivity" Exhibition by IAAD (Istituto d'Arte Applicata e Design).
Nissan Moon is an original project by Roberto Hoffmann, who created it for a car magazine design competition. Among the features are big rear wheels that move backwards when the car is at high speed.
We present a very interesting concept vehicle created by Italian designer Giangiacomo Barbero for the 2006 "Stile Italiano Giovani" design competition. It is based on the Brera platform and features an original layout with rear sliding doors.
This Audi concept is a project of a luxury coupé inspired by the Maybach Exelero and created by Enes Canay, a Germany-based designer. Among the main features are the three-seats layout and the bi-color painting.
The Daedalus Concept is a futuristic vehicle with a design inspired by natural systems. It has received the Royal College of Art's Best Overall Concept Car 2006 award.
Luis Camino, founder of autoblog.com.es, has published his final project for the Transportation Degree at the Academy of Art University (San Francisco, USA): a transformable pick-up featuring Mitsubishi In-Wheel Electric Motors technology.