The Coolest Recent Concept Cars

Here are the most interesting cars to hit the show floors in the past year, according to you.

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Mercedes-Benz

Manufacturers have debuted a handful of great concept cars recently. Here are some of the coolest, according to you.

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Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 Cabriolet

If you thought the Vision 6 coupe couldn't get any better, you were probably shocked to see the Cabriolet version. It looks like a yacht on wheels, with a stunning interior and a massive rear overhang.

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Jeep
Jeep 4SPEED

The 4SPEED is a sort of lightweight, barebones speedster take on the new Wrangler, with no roof, no doors a roll cage, carbon fiber body panels, and a set of massive off-roading tires. It debuted at this year's annual Easter Jeep Safari.

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Jeep
Jeep Wrangler Trailcat

Of course, the 4SPEED wasn't the only cool Jeep to debut at Easter Jeep Safari. The Trailcat, the Hellcat-engined high-performance Wrangler of your dreams, made its debut in 2016.

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Mazda
Mazda RX-Vision

The RX-Vision is Mazda's representation of what a future rotary-powered sports car might look like, and it's stunning. Sadly, it's still just a concept for now.

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Honda
Honda Urban EV

Good news for fans of Honda's quirky all-electric city hatch: The company announced it will go into production and onto the streets by sometime next year.

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Toyota
Toyota S-FR

Toyota revealed this tiny little sports coupe at the Tokyo Auto Show a few years back, and while there have been rumors about it being produced, we haven't heard much lately.

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Toyota
Toyota GR HV

The GR HV is a hybrid-powered targa sports car based on the Toyota 86, complete with a totally new fascia, and a switchable six-speed manual mode in addition to the standard automatic transmission.

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Pininfarina
Pininfarina HK GT

The HK GT is Pininfarina's idea of a sustainable GT car. It's battery powered, built in collaboration with Hybrid Kinetic Group, a tech brand based in Hong Kong. The coolest feature isn't the tech, though, it's the gullwing doors.

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The Buick Avista concept was the surprise hit of the Detroit Auto Show this year. Finding out it's not intended for production was disappointing, but it's still a beautiful car. Welburn's team at Buick should be proud of that for sure.
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Buick Avista

Buick's stunning Avista concept was a welcome surprise to those who had long given up hope of Buick ever being interesting again. The fascia has since made it onto several of its production cars.

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