Show cars, dream cars and concept cars have long been a staple of the auto show circuit. Ever since Harley Earl dropped the 1938 Buick Y-Job on the unsuspecting public, automakers have been teasing us with concepts that more often than not fail to make it to production. Sometimes certain design elements or powerplants or nametags make it to showrooms, even whole vehicles occasionally slip through with minor changes, but there are always cars we wish automakers would have built but didn't. That's
The Ford Reflex hybrid concept car won the "2006 Specialty Concept Vehicle of the Year" at the Auto Interiors Show Wednesday afternoon. Organized by the South East Automotive Media Organization (SEAMO), the awards recognize vehicles that are most likely to shape the future of the automobile industry.
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