Automotive industry is among those where technological development is the most obvious. Compared to what cars looked like just decades ago, the modern vehicles are so different and advanced. But the sad fact is that future generations will find the present-day cars just as obsolete and old-fashioned as we now consider the cars produced in the second half of the 20th century. To have an idea of what future generations´ cars might look like, check out these 25 Concept Cars That Might Change The Way We Drive.
Peugeot Flux concept
The winner of the 2007 Peugeot International Design Competition, Peugeot Flux is a sport car concept that’s designed to handle an off-road terrain. Designed by a young Romanian designer, the car is powered by a hydrogen fueled engine.
With a maximum speed of 230 mph (370 km/h), Nike One is a hypothetical high-performance concept car developed by the sport wear company Nike. Resembling a moon buggy, the car was featured in the Gran Turismo 4 video game.
Jaguar Mark XXI Concept
Inspired by the idea of living in symbiosis with nature, this concept car is covered in photovoltaic panels that recharge the on-board batteries. Designed to resemble a leaf, the car has a surprisingly comfortable and luxurious interior.
Audi Makaon Speed Sailor
Conceived for about 2040, Audi Makaon Speed Sailor is to be a lightweight two-seater powered by wind energy. The seating compartment can be repositioned to balance the vehicle when the wind gets too strong.
Dolphin concept car
The third winner of the Michelin Design Challenge 2013, the Dolphin concept car is a sport car capable of accommodating an entire family. Designed by three young Chinese, the car’s design is made from transparent glass and carbon fiber.