This time we are going to look at the most exciting concept cars shown at Geneva. Hopefully, we will see some of these hitting the streets in the years to come.
1. Volkswagen Bulli
This concept gives hope that VW may bring back a microbus. This bus looks and runs clean; powered by a lithium-ion battery, the hippies will be happy too. Although not the latest and greatest in automotive tech, bringing back the microbus would be bringing back an icon.
2. BMW Vision ConnectedDrive
BMW’s new roadster concept will never hit the road but the technology will. The dashboard will display information in 3D. This will allow points of interest and road information to be projected up into the driver’s field of vision. Drivers will be able to fine tune the display to show as much or a little as they would like and the way they would like for it to be displayed. No word on how this proof-of-concept is powered but the body they put on display looks pretty classy.
3. Toyota FT-86
This concept more than likely will be making it to production. The car has been in the works for a few years now. A joint project with Subaru, both will be releasing RWD coupes using 2.0-liter four cylinder boxer engines. I’m excited; Can you say Supra replacement?
4. Mini Rocketman
This cool mini Mini will be be another addition to the line of Mini’s. Smaller than the regular Cooper, it’s designed to be super-efficient getting 78 MPG. Duel-hinged doors and the smaller size makes this car perfect for the urban jungle. It seats 3 and looks a lot better than a smart car.
5. Saab PhoeniX
Seeing a fresh new Saab was a bit of a surprise. The current Saabs look pretty stale but this new concept really livens things up. A 200 hp hybrid all-wheel-drive system powers this new sports car with an apparently impressive MPG rating. Overall this car takes spot number 5 because it shows a cool new direction for the Swedish automaker.
Well thats it, Rezmoto’s top cars of Geneva. If there is something you think we missed or you agree with our list, hit us up in the comments or on Facebook.