The automotive industry is rich with pie-in-the-sky thinking. These vehicles, whether they debuted here or not, represent some of our favorite concept cars we've seen in recent memory.
Nissan's Vmotion 2.0 concept looks at a future where Nissan gets real fancy.
The car comes with Bose Nearfield speakers, which can deliver pertinent information directly to the driver's seat.
If this is where Nissan's design language is going, we'd like to come along for the ride.
Infiniti's QX50 concepts is one of the milder-looking ones, but it's no less impressive.
As with many other concepts, it arrives packing a suite of semi-autonomous driving systems.
We expect this look to arrive on production cars in the near future.
Audi's Q8 concept packs on seriously large grille.
The rear end is somewhat reminiscent of the Lamborghini Urus concept from years past.
Seriously, that grille could swallow other cars whole.
Volkswagen's ID Buzz concept presages an electric microbus that should appear eventually as a production car.
Like the previous ID concept from Paris, the Buzz rides on VW's new MEB electric platform.
An electric microbus? My inner hippie just sparked up the bong.
This one debuted in Paris, but in case you missed it, it's in Detroit, too.
The UX concept packs funky styling outside, and freaky spiderweb-looking seats inside.
The future is lookin' pretty harsh, according to Lexus.
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