If you want to make a car really small, you need to rethink how you're going to pack the people in. The Suzuki Q concept does this by taking a hint from motorcycles, putting the passenger behind the driver.
Now that we've all had weeks to get over Justin Bieber's glorious and all matte black Batmobile/Bat-illac/Bat-Caddy or whatever you want to call it, we've got a Mercedes Benz that would totally give it a run for its money as Batman's ride...if it wasn't just a concept car.
As part of this year's Michelin Challenge Design showcase, Colin Pan came up with the MBOLIC, a modular concept car that can be broken down into a Segway-like vehicle.
As if the Mini Cooper wasn't already tiny enough. Mini's Rocketman Concept is the car maker's newest baby that just so happens to also be its smallest and most storage friendly vehicle ever made since 1959.
Meet the Chase 2053, a hovercar from the distant future that can be driven on land and in the air. Its slush hydrogen engine should help keep the highways of tomorrow emission free.
The Xscape is Shengjie Wang's vision of what a car will look like in 2030. With its Tron-like wheels and slim profile, we think the Xscape looks more like an updated version of a carriage instead.
If there was an official Tron car, it'd look like the Astrum Meera. Designed by John Baltazar, the Meera was created with the idea of "practical design" in mind — something that can't be said for a lot of other concept cars.
Volvo's Air Motion Canyon Carver concept seats four, weighs 902 pounds, and runs on nothing but compressed air that gets harvested from huge wind turbine generators mounted on balloons flying like kites a thousand feet up. Just like we said up top: crazy.
We just can't get enough of all the crazy concept cars as of late. The Mercedes-Benz Biome concept car doesn't just have a sleek and curvy body, it's also the first car that we heard of that is "grown." How exactly does it work?
This Cadillac weighs 1000-pounds. Designed as part of LA Auto Show's 1000-pound challenge, the Aera looks more molecular than vehicular. Spider-Man would save a lot of web-fluid if he had one.