10 Amazing Concept Cars From FUTURE!

10 Amazing Concept Cars From FUTURE!
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TOYOTA FV2
The famous Japanese company Toyota showed this futuristic single-seat car project at the Geneva Motor Show in the year 2014. The main feature of this vehicle is that it does not have steering wheel or pedals.
https://www.toyota-global.com/showroom/toyota_design/concept_cars/gallery_fv2.html
https://www.toyota.co.uk/world-of-toyota/concept-cars/fv2

Toyota Focuses on the Future of Driving

ASAP
designed and created with CGI technology by four Digital Designer students at ISD Valenciennes, is a hybrid vehicle that combines elements of a helicopter and a small plane.
https://www.behance.net/gallery/32705077/ASAP-CGI-Animation
http://www.asapavionics.com

VOLKSWAGEN SEDRIC
This unmanned taxi can be called by pushing a button on a special key holder. The car will arrive and automatically take its new client to the right destination.

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https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/news/stories/2018/02/sedric-the-future.html

SMART VISION EQ FORTWO
Designed as a part of the presentation of the SmartCity of 2030, is fully electric, autonomous and it is designed exclusively for future car sharing systems.
https://www.mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/exhibitions/ces/showcars/smart-vision-fortwo-ces-2018/
https://media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko/Autonomous-concept-car-smart-vision-EQ-fortwo-Welcome-to-the-future-of-car-sharing.xhtml?oid=29042725

RENAULT FLOAT
The Chinese student Yunchen Cai won a competition organized by Renault with this car design. According to the young designer, in the future the ball-shaped float vehicles will fly above the ground using magnetic levitation.
https://www.topgear.com/car-news/concept/renault-has-forecast-social-bubble-car-future
https://www.renault.com

AIRBUS FLYING CAR
The company Airbus presented its idea of a flying taxi which was developed in collaboration with the ItalDesing team. This vehicle has a modular design that allows it both to fly and go on roads like a normal car.
https://www.airbus.com/
https://goo.gl/6xvX2d
https://goo.gl/rg6n5e

THE BEE
The automotive manufacturing company, Continental AG, released the concept of an autonomous two-passenger electric vehicle suitable to go in the city. According to the developer of this vehicle, you can summon it using your smartphone.
https://www.continental-corporation.com/en/press/press-releases/bee-96328

MINI VISION NEXT 100
It also has an augmented reality system that displays the route and the ideal way to go. This vehicle can operate autonomously, but it also comes with a steering wheel.
https://www.bmwgroup.com/en/next100/brandvisions.html

eRINGO
Iranian Designer Mohammad Ghezel created a three-wheeled car project, the car will use mainly the central wheel, which will control any movement.
https://www.engadget.com/2009/10/21/three-wheeled-eringo-car-concept-no-thanks/
https://www.wired.com/2009/10/eringo/

AEROMOBIL 3.0
This project from the Slovak Company Aeromobil is a flying machine with folding wings, a parachute rescue system and an autopilot.
https://www.aeromobil.com