When will concept cars be something normal people can actually afford to buy…

02 Mar 2013 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 13

  1. never? 

  2. Elizabeth Wilson 2 Mar 2013 Reply

    Like this..but only in my dreams I guess for normal people 

  3. Francois Fourie 2 Mar 2013 Reply


  4. Matthew Herring 2 Mar 2013 Reply

    Okay, who force-fed their Camaro steroids?

  5. Olav Folland 2 Mar 2013 Reply

    When will concept cars be something they actually make?

    Only one I can think of is the car Alfa Romeo showed at the '68 Montreal auto show.  Due to an overwhelming public outcry, they made 68 of them.  I've seen two in person.

  6. Vee Ess 2 Mar 2013 Reply

    Is this the future Mustang?

  7. Matthew Herring 2 Mar 2013 Reply

    +Olav Folland, the retro Thunderbird that Ford built in the early to mid 2000s was basically the concept car with a slightly different drivetrain.

  8. Todd Green 2 Mar 2013 Reply

    Concept cars are created to test multiple concepts with a single prototype.  It's rare that every concept tested will be worth mass producing.  Often the designers go a bit nuts with them to really push their limits… another reason it is unlikely to end up in mass production.  However, many of the individual innovations go from the concept to the main stream within a couple years.  Eventually they are taken for granted… automatic transmission, electric windows, power steering and brakes… they were like sci-fi when they first came out.

  9. Hay que inventar un adjetivo para describir esto y hacerle justicia.

  10. Ron Martinsen 3 Mar 2013 Reply

    What car is that?

  11. Brent Burzycki 3 Mar 2013 Reply

    +Ron Martinsen BMW Prototype

  12. Ron Martinsen 3 Mar 2013 Reply

    Seems big for a BMW, but it also looks very similar to the Alfa 6C prototype

  13. Olav Folland 3 Mar 2013 Reply

    The badge looks like BMW.  But I see none of the expected Alfa signatures – the 'V" shaped stylization of the classic Alfa grill that's been there since time immemorial, for example.

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