We never would have thought the stoplight needed a makeover, but Art Lebedev’s Luxofor concept makes sense: square lights use space more efficiently and are more noticeable.
If you can ignore the fugtastic rear on Honda’s FC Sport concept, the Vader-esque frontend, McLaren-style three seat layout and fuel cell powertrain are pretty intriguing.
The name may be loaded with innuendos, but Quickie is a pretty cool concept: designed by Jared Dickey, the tabletop slides open to reveal a bed, allowing you to catch some Z’s at work.
BMW’s LO Rider concept is an experiment in Harley-style customization, with bolt-on accessories including exhausts, seats and headlamps available to choose in the showroom.
Its official name is FieldCREW User Research Workstation concept, but “tricorder” works for us: it’s made for researchers, with subvocalization and wireless tagging.
Billy May’s Nike Hindsight concept uses Fresnel lens to extend the peripheral vision of wearers by 25 degrees on either side; images are distorted, but it’s enough to detect motion. Thanks, Verto!
These Dog Bookstands by Charles Kalpakian put the funk in shelving; we’re honestly not sure what to make of them, other than that we’d snap up a few of these puppies if they’re ever made.
Sure, it looks like a stretched out Nissan Z, but this rendering of the all-electric Tesla 4-door sedan is pure sex: it hits 0-60 in less than 6 seconds and goes 240 miles on a charge.
Miu’s Hybrid Dual Portable Computer is both a cellphone and a netbook with an Intel Atom CPU. It features a two-sided screen with a 4.1″ TFT on one side and a 2.4″ AMOLED on the other.
50% sailboat and 100% crazy, Mercedes’ Formula Zero Racer concept sports a rigid sail, solar skin and electric motors to combine bobsledding, F1 and yacht racing. Like we said, crazy.
Those of us with power plugs in short supply will find Sebastian Herkner’s nan16/plug lamp to be useful; each pendant lamp features a socket smack in the middle of the light.
Check out this gallery of entrants for the LA Auto Show’s Motor Sports 2025 challenge (we previously featured Mitsubishi’s MMR25); they include concept cars from BMW, Toyota and VW.
The paint on the PSP-3000 isn’t even dry but Tai Chiem has offered this compelling concept for the PSP2: it’s got a flexible OLED screen, two joysticks and stereo speakers on the ends.
All Day I Dream About Sneakers is an artistic collab between adidas Originals and Lifelounge; it features the dream kicks of sneaker designer Herr Fritz Traumer, viewable in a PDF.
A motorless version of the Brudeli Leanster, GBO Design’s CarvX recumbent bicycle is just a concept for now. It’ll have an aluminum frame, hydraulic disc brakes and a 14 speed Rohloff hub.
Debuting in Paris, the Venturi Volage is a 295hp all-electric roadster that goes from 0-60 in less than 5s and sports independently powered wheels; it’ll begin production in 2012.
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.
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