Like something out of a dystopic spy novel, this IBM laptop concept by Nicolas Lehotzky sports a security “knob” and hidden USB ports. Our favorite: a built-in paper shredder.
We’re digging these kicks by Jim Kim; titled “Sneaker Fiend”, they’re a tribute to classic Nike shoes but completely rendered in Photoshop; if only he’d release wallpaper size pics.
This will change car rides forever: Carcade is an experimental game by Berlin students that uses a webcam, laptop and real-time imagery to create a simple side-scrolling game.
In celebration of Honda’s 60th anniversary, this V4 sportbike concept is a peek into the near future and is based around a V4 motor; we’re most intrigued by those funky hubless wheels.
Australian designer Brodie Neill’s @Chair concept is like a moebius strip incarnated into modern furniture. Made with carbon fiber and chrome, it must be a real doozy to create.
From sporty to econo: Peugeot’s HYmotion3 concept is a far cry from yesterday’s HYmotion4, but with 118 mpg and 29bhp on tap, this hybrid scooter is a perfect fit for city dwellers.
While we were mildly disappointed by Lambo’s Estoque, Peugeot’s RC Hymotion4 concept is a stunner in terms of looks, mileage and speed: it gets 52.3 mpg and goes 0-60 in 4s.
After weeks of teases, Lamborghini has dropped a slew of pics for its four-door Estoque concept; it’s basically a sedan coupe like Mercedes’ CLS, albeit with a V10 engine.
As the name implies, GTbyCITROEN is a collab between Citroen and Gran Turismo’s Polyphony; the rendered pics look cool, but we’re having a hard time with those fish gills.
Emre Durmus’ Blackbook M concept is what T-Mobile’s G1 phone should have looked like: it gets a slide-out keyboard and runs on Android, but man, what a quantum leap in design!
Maserati’s GranTurismo MC Corse concept is bred for the racetrack, with 450 HP 4.7L V8, a ground-hugging aero kit, supersized brake discs and monobloc racing calipers.
The slalom will be a cakewalk for Mitsubishi’s MMR25 concept: each wheel is composed of eight smaller wheels, allowing for omnidirectional steering and amazing cornering.
Amir Glinik’s Ferrari Motorcycle concept requires creative engineering in the form of a “sliced” V4 from a Ferrari engine, repositioned oil sump and a two-arm radial mechanism.
Not satisfied to dominate the streets with the X-Bow, KTM’s Barracuda concept promises to conquer the waves with a sleek, dagger-shaped hydrofoil; it’s designed for circuit races.
Rooz Mousavi’s rugged Samsonite OBAG concept reminds us of mini-Segway, with two storage areas on either side. It’s not too efficient, but at least it’ll be easy to spot at baggage claim.
Microsoft’s Zune may let you share songs, but this BRIX concept by Seokwon Hong proposes sharing multiple BRIXs to form an impromptu viewscreen; family plan, anyone?
A convertible version of Saab’s 9-X concept, the Air BioHybrid features a flat-folding canopy top; it’s powered by a 1.4L Saab BioPower engine that runs on 100 percent ethanol.
Carrying over the bold design language seen in the new C-Class, this Mercedes Benz E-Class coupe wagon concept is pretty fresh, although the two-piece headlights scream Lexus GS.
Igarashi Designs’ near-future vehicles would be perfect for the upcoming 007 flick; our favorite is this one-manned helicopter. Note: they’ve actually worked on Areaware’s Strida bike.
We’re used to car concepts being over the top, but this laser-projected globe for the Mini Crossover takes the cake: it’s basically a 3D navi system with a touchscreen interface.
Vincent Callebaut’s LILYPAD concept is a floating, half-submerged city that will house 50k inhabitants, generate more power than it uses, and produce zero carbon emissions.
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