While Pebble Beach is traditionally thought of as the refuge of the pristine and pricey vintage vehicles of the world, there's no shortage of newer vehicles on display. And when we say "new," we mean really new. As in, not even in production new. This is the concept car lawn, and it's home to an eclectic group of vehicles from past and present.

Of course, calling it the "concept car lawn" is a bit of a misnomer this year (as it has been in previous years, too). Production models like the Alfa Romeo 4C were on display, alongside known quantities like the Hennessy Venom GT and modified versions of already-on-sale models, like the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Waterspeed Collection.

There were a few concepts on display, though. Toyota debuted the critically acclaimed FT-1 Concept in a new shade, while BMW's Beijing Motor Show stunner, the Vision Future Luxury, was also parked on the expensive grass. Also appearing were the Nissan GT-R in sheep's clothing, the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, and the recently debuted McLaren P1 GTR.

We've got a hefty gallery of images from the lawn available above. Take a look, and let us know what you think of this year's showing.


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      Lachmund
      • 4 Months Ago

      Talking about class and showing a Hennessey Venom...

      11fiveoh
      • 4 Months Ago

      A lot of very ugly, very expensive cars. The huracan, aventador, and p1 are the only exceptions.

      Feurig
      • 4 Months Ago

      What's special about the orange Aventador?

        BackseatStig
        • 4 Months Ago
        @Feurig

        The orange Aventador was built by Lamborghini's Ad Personam team. The Ad Personam program allows customers to create their own bespoke vehicles with a wide range of customizable bits (e.g. - the composite CF and interior colorways.) The program is similar to Bentley's Mulliner or BMW's Individual program, if I am not mistaken.

      Jose Antonio Odiaga
      • 4 Months Ago

      Could you take pics of the MKX concept interior?