If you enjoy the most up-to-date features in a car, then look no further. These are the cars for you!
Going from 0-62 mpg (0-100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds and averaging 34 mpg, the McLaren P1 is setting the standard for future sports cars.
Porsche 918 Spyder
The all-wheel drive 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder is a hybrid, equipped with both gas and electric V-8 engines. The supercar has a top speed of 214 mph, and goes from 0-60 in 2.2 seconds.
Aeromobil Flying Car
Henry Ford said in 1940, “Mark my word: A combination airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile: but it will come.” The AeroMobil 3.0 has made the flying car a reality, and can transform in seconds from an automobile to an airplane.
Even the name is a nod to the futuristic qualities of the Toyota FT-1 Concept: Future Toyota One. Although this concept isn’t yet a reality, the potential is palpable, and I’m not taking my eyes off of Toyota.
Alfa Romeo 4C
The sleek, exotic Alfa Romeo 4C zooms from 0-60 in 4.3 seconds. The surprisingly affordable turbocharged sports car is bringing a bit of Italy back to America.
With the power of a sports car combined with the efficiency of a compact car, the BMW i8 revolutionizes what it means to be a car owner.
Ford Edge Concept
Based more on Ford’s cars but inspired by the trucks, the crossover Ford Edge Concept plans to propel the Blue Oval into the future of efficient transportation.
VIA Motors XTRUX
The VIA Motors XTRUX, or X-Truck extended-range electric pickup, could be the world’s first full-size truck powered by solar panels. The truck presumably averages about 100 miles per gallon and can drive roughly the first 40 miles in all-electric mode.
Staggered seats, no rear window, and screens on the flying doors help to set apart the wildly efficient and futuristic Volkswagen XL1.
Subaru Viziv 2 Concept
Subaru’s proposed “future-generation crossover” features front butterfly doors and a set of hidden back doors. The Viziv 2 will be powered by a turbocharged flat-four with direct injection paired with an electric motor and Lineartronic CVT.
Mitsubishi Concept GR-HEV
It’s hard to place what the Mitsubishi GR-HEV Concept is, but Mitsubishi calls it a sports-utility truck. The pickup is expected to boast features like an AC power supply, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, and forward collision mitigation with automatic braking.