Fascinating Concept Cars, Motorcycles and Bicycles
Imagine how amazing the streets would look like if every concept vehicle would make it to the production lines unaltered, without any change or softening of lines. Take a look at the concepts below and enjoy the fascination of futuristic design. Cars, motorcycles and bicycles – they are all stunning.
Citroen Survolt Concept
When the alluring Survolt was unveiled at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, everybody had to stop and stare at the low, compact and aggressive-looking automobile. It fascinated with its aerodynamic and visually appealing body and with the fact that it was both powerful and nature-conscious: a hybrid with enhanced performance.
Audi A9 Concept
Designer Daniel Garcia has proven the world that he has no difficulty imagining mind-blowing vehicles. It’s us who need to adapt to his vision and be ready to conquer the streets with sleek, Tron-inspired automobiles like this one over here.
Another fascinating Audi concept is the Axiom, a very bold project from the aesthetic point of view. Perfectly balanced proportions and alluring fluid lines is what makes this concept car a truly outstanding vehicle.
Mercedes-Benz BIOME Concept
The BIOME concept features an organic design dominated by fluid lines and enhanced aerodynamics. Its creators (from the Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design Studios) describe it as fully integrated into the ecosystem, but that it a little too much actually. The vehicle is not all electric, it’s only a hybrid. Still, we can’t deny its incredibly good looks.
2050 BMW M3
Daniel Nikonchik imagined how BMW’s M3 model will look like in approximately four decades from now. The most fascinating feature of the very futuristic BMW concept is the fact that it is equipped with millions of nano-cameras incorporated in the body paint to allow perfect visibility though non-transparent materials.
This is an eco-vehicle that took things a little further than the usual electric cars out there. Not only does the IMF (I’M Future) use electric power to move, it also features solar panels for supplemental energy and it was made from recycled materials. It was designed by Davide Panarella.
GreenGT Concept Car
Designed by Thomas Clavet, this concept vehicle is actually expected at this year’s Le Mans competition. Within the following three years, some 22 road-going models should be produced. The concept is powered by two 100 kW electric motors capable of pushing the car to a maximum speed of 275 km/h (171 mph).
Audi D7 Concept
A dreamy luxe car of the future is the elegant D7 concept from Audi. It was designed by Kave Naser Bakht and its most remarkable feature are probably the lights.
Pontiac Solstice Concept
Very aggressive from a first glance, this Pontiac Solstice concept combines fluid lines with angular shapes to obtain a unique look. Thanks to Dejan Hristov’s imaginative design, the vehicle flaunts a very strong personality.
Ferrari Enzo Concept
Peter Simon took the Ferrari image to a whole new level with this very imaginative version of the famous Ferrari Enzo. We’re not sure the Italian automaker would embrace this concept, but we sure wouldn’t mind seeing one on the road.
Astrum Meera Concept
How about a car with wheels that work on magnetic levitation? That’s one step closer to the science-fiction flying cars, and we have designer John Baltazar to thank for that.
No longer a concept vehicle, the Zenvo ST1 is an incredibly powerful supercar with an engine capable of putting out 1104 horsepower! The ST1’s top speed is electronically limited to 373 km/h (231.77 mph).
Honda CBR 1000F Custom
After two years of hard work on his Honda CBR 1000F, Ian McElroy finally finished his grand project. The new Honda is truly amazing.
Aebulle means “cocoon” in Korean, so it’s pretty easy to understand what the idea behind the concept is. Shane Baxley wanted to create a vehicle that will offer the speed and mobility of a motorcycle, but also the comfort and safety of a covered vehicle. Just like a cocoon.
Hubless wheels are no longer a surprise, but when you integrate them into a new vehicle design like this one, you can’t help but be amazed at the powerful visual effect the have. Flavio Adriani is the creator of this futuristic motorcycle.
The Saline Bird
Several design geniuses joined talents and expertise to create this incredibly fast bike, the Saline Bird. Jean-Philippe Paries, Charles-Edouard Berche, Adrien Fuinesl, Ugo Spagnolo and Frederic Dobbelstein are their names.
Custom Bike Concept
Created by Jean Baptiste Robilliard, this motorcycle has got more than incredibly good looks. It is also an electric vehicle that features the Kinetic Energy Recovery System, which converts breaking into energy.
900-SD Naked Bike
Looking like it’s been stripped off of every unnecessary item, the 900-SD Naked Bike is not an electric motorcycle. Powered by a 903cc direct injection turbo diesel engine, the bike can reach a maximum speed of 240 km/h (149 mph).
We’ve already told you about the Foldable Bike by Allen Chester G. Zhang. It is both very alluring and very practical.
Another futuristic bicycle that we wrote about before is this Sylvain Gerber product, the Synapse Bike.
Hybrid City Bike Concept
Minimalist design is what makes this bike truly amazing. Spokeless wheels and overall simple lines are very popular nowadays among bicycle designers.
Lexus Hybrid Bicycle Concept
This bike features an incorporated electric motor that gives a little help to its user whenever pedaling becomes to difficult. The lithium batteries can be recharged from a socket in two hours, but they can also store the energy that comes from breaking.
Jean Davignon imagined this completely unconventional bicycle which allows its user to sit back and enjoy pedaling in a whole new manner. We would love to have the chance to experience riding a bike like this.
Now this is a truly foldable bike. Unfortunately, its designer, Victor Aleman, did not provide any technical specifications, but the pictures alone tell a great story.
Almost a motorcycle, this hybrid bicycle features a small engine that can push you on the road to up to 40 mph. It’s not every day that you can call a bicycle “The Beast”