Concept cars are created by automakers to showcase new technologies and designs, but they are not mass-produced. Explore the future of automotive and see what you might be driving in a few years.
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By Alice Truong
Concept cars, whether new or old, give a fascinating look into current automotive trends. Check some of the most fascinating concept cars in our image gallery.
Concept cars are automotive dreams on wheels. These one-of-a-kind jewels are built to showcase an automaker's fancy new technology or give a glimpse of how future models will look. Check out pictures and profiles of dozens of the most colorful and spectacular concept cars of all time.
The 1940s Willys 6/66 concept car was a promising proposal for a postwar compact car. It was conjured up during World War II and was modeled after the Willys-Overland prewar Americar compact. See pictures and a profile of the 1940s Willys 6/66 concept car.
Many 1940s and 1950s Kaiser-Frazer concept cars were never built due to infighting. These concept cars may have given a false sense of hope about the future of the Kaiser-Frazer company. Check out 1940s and 1950s Kaiser-Frazer concept cars and see pictures.
The 1959 Charles Townabout concept car was an electric car in a custom VW body. But car buyers weren't quite ready to shell out the manufacturer's asking price for a small electric car. See pictures and a profile of the 1959 Charles Townabout concept car.
The 1962 and 1963 Chevrolet Corvair concept cars were rear-engine fantasies. The drivetrain comprised of a 150-horsepower turbocharged six and four-speed manual transmission. Learn about the beautiful 1962 and 1963 Chevrolet Corvair concept cars.
The 1960s Chrysler Concept Cars included plans for the ill-fated DeSoto line. All of Chrysler's full-size cars were to be completely redesigned for 1962 in a top-to-bottom corporate overhaul. Find out more about the 1960s Chrysler concept cars and see pictures.
The 1972 Ford Carousel minivan concept car could have been the first modern minivan, but Ford missed the chance to tap into the large latent market for family haulers. Check out this 1972 Ford Carousel minivan concept car profile.