Tag: LA Auto Show 2006
General Motors Advanced Design won the 2006 Design Challenge, hosted by the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show, with the GMC Pad concept, a "flat on wheels".
At the LA Auto Show Volkswagen has revealed the GX3, a three-wheeler concept capable of high performances and low fuel consumption. Designed for the US market, the GX3 could go on production with a price of about $ 17,000.
This concept is a vehicle specifically designed for lifeguards: its taks are first aid, beach patrol, safety and water rescue. It is powered by the 800cc turbo Smart engine, placed between the front and rear seats.
The Scion Exile concept is a versatile vehicle proportioned similarly to a mid-engined sportscar, but with a front engine and a spacious rear cargo box.
Despite its compact look, the MRK (Mitsubishi Roadster Konzept) is a sporty hybrid powered with in-wheel electric motors combined with a rear-mounted engine, for a total amount of 360 HP.
Pininfarina Design Director Ken Okuyama will speak at Los Angeles Auto Show Designers' Conference, providing a first-hand look into reinterpreting an automotive icon - the Maserati Birdcage.
This orginal concept is aimed at enabling its passengers to enjoy a culinary adventure. It is equipped with a GPS guidance software and the interior features refrigeration, espresso machine, microwave, wine rack, foldout tables and other "kitchen...
It is a search and rescue vehicle capable of working under extreme environment conditions. Among the technical features, the hybrid propulsion, a lightweight exoskeleton and a fuel cell generator.
A series of vignettes created by the designers of Honda Research of America, representing poster of imaginary movies reflecting Los Angeles' cultures, lifestyles and images.
As the name suggests, the Hyundai Gator is a clean energy dragster inspired by the top fuel racers of the 60's. The vehicle layout is based on a center spine chassis with integral fuel cells.
The Kia Sidewinder is a concept developed for drifting competitions. It is powered by a hydrogen turbine coupled with electrical motors.
A concept that takes inspiration from the legendary streamlined record-breaking racers Auto Union of the 1930’s.
The GMC PAD is defined as an urban loft with mobility, a concept for living in the ever-changing cultural landscape of Southern California.