Harry Bentley Bradley, who designed the very first run of Hot Wheels cars and the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile, created this in 1970: the Pontiac Firebird One concept. It can be yours right now for $95,000.
A development site at the Lincoln domain introduces us to a new Continental concept, called "The face of forward thinking," and the tagline, "Follow us forward." There are no pictures yet, but we're promised that it's "elegantly styled and boldly distinctive," and an "envisioning of what's to come."
What would the devil drive if he had to go off-roading? Probably something along the lines of the Fab Fours Legend, a highly customized Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that has rolled in on its 50-inch tires to Jay Leno's Garage for this latest video installment.
Deltawing Technology Group announces it is developing a two-seat GT-class race car, alongside two- and four-door street-legal passenger cars. According to modeling carried out by Meszler Engineering Services, a DeltaWing road car would return 57 miles per gallon combined when powered by a 138-horsepower, four-cylinder engine.
The top stories in the world of automotive news for Thursday, March 20, 2015. Cadillac talks about its upcoming flagship and its new V6 engines, we discuss what Autoblog has been driving, and a close-up look at the new concepts from Jeep.
AeroMobil wants to have its flying car ready to sell to the public for 2017, but there's still a lot of development to get the vehicle ready for the road. In the future, the company even wants to make the plane autonomous.
The new product planning boss at Nissan is less interested in the BladeGlider concept, and putting it into production isn't an immediate priority. Last year, the wedge-shaped model was believed to be part of the company's mid-term plan.
Hyundai is seriously contemplating putting a pickup into production after a strong reaction to the Santa Cruz truck concept in Detroit. Although, one exec admits there are still some complications to deal worth before putting it on sale.
Henrik Fisker is making his unofficial return to styling Aston Martins with the Thunderbolt debuting at the 2015 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. Crafting a new carbon fiber body for the Vanquish, Fisker opts to refine the coupe's styling rather than overhaul it.
The Phiaro P75 Concept Cipher at the Geneva Motor Show is a project borne from Japanese engineers wanting to create their ultimate weekend car that could be at home at the track or on the road. The skeletal roadster packs 142 horsepower in a 1.5-liter four-cylinder sitting behind the driver.
While we were focused on all the exotic metal displayed in Geneva, back in America the truck industry was getting to work at the NTEA show in Indianapolis. That's where Ford unveiled its new F-650 and F-750 medium duty trucks, including this life-size, childhood-dream Tonka dump truck.
For a relatively small Japanese brand, Suzuki brought quite a bit to the Geneva Motor Show with its iK-2 and iM-4 Concepts. The vehicles show off the company's future styling, next-gen platform and two future powertrain ideas.
The Edag Light Cocoon is meant as a way for the German engineering firm to show off its lightweight, 3d printing tech, but by lighting the translucent fabric that's stretched over the skeletal structure, it really gets a chance to shine.
Seat dips its toes in the crossover waters with the debut of the 20V20 concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, showcasing a renewed design language and a potential new production model for VW's Spanish brand.