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Some say, “When you saw one car, you saw it.” But nothing could be further from the facts. In reality, many cars were and remained concepts and probably never reached your eyes. You still aren’t up to date on all concept cars produced during the last decade, even as a car enthusiast. Many cars (and cars you dreamed but never thought possible), that you could not imagine were converted into fully working automobiles.

The Hot Wheels cars are all in this series, shapeshifting, floating and life-size. Such kinds of jaw-dropping ideas reflect breaking barriers (and banks). There are some new items here that date back to 1975. And the elderly look like they have passed time from the future. If you love cars and want to know what’s new, you will be delighted to learn what only happens during conception and design. We have seen some of them in production, but typically they are uncommon and costly. Elegant designs, sleek lines and exclusive features make us believe like nothing can be said with these vehicles. Some of these, sadly, did not pass the conceptual process, but fingers all crossed.

Here’s a list of the most cool concept cars you probably never saw before of futuristic designs and even features which point to the past. We didn’t see something in a car to suggest other people felt like there. What a concept. What a concept.

11. Aston Martin AMV10

While the Vanquish concept has been long past its AMV8 beginnings, the concept car developed by Sabino Design still has an important role to play. The Jaguar XJ 220 was partially influenced by the design of the AMV 8 (one with a central engine). This car is fitted with a V10 (700 hp) engine that Aston has never used before. Aston Martin was born in 2013, which is when the Vanquish was born. AM29V12 (the most powerful GT output motor ever used by Aston Martin) has been mounted on the new 2015 Vanquish(AMV12). A “Super Grand Touring” is the 658 hp vehicle, which hits a speed of 201 mph and can go from zero to 60 in 3.6 seconds.

10. Maserati Birdcage 75th

First unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show 2005 was the Maserati Birdcage 75th, the concept car developed and engineered by a Pininfarina design team. It was named for the classic birdcage Maserati from the 1960s and the 75th anniversary of Pininfarina. The Maserati MC12 GT1 Racing Car, for example, is part of the BirdCage 75th. The Ferrari / F140 V12 is powered by the Birdcage engine, which is adapted to the Birdcage and has approximately 700 hp.

She has been recording and filming “Sleek Dreams,” the six-moon manufacturing and design cycle for the vehicle. If realized, the driver will face issues of vision and a little difficult time because the vehicle has no doors. The bubble canopy can then be removed for entry.

9. Corvette Stingray Concept

If you recall transformers Sideswipe: the revenge of the crash, you know this is the role in which he turned. It was designed to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stingray model. Some features hint to the original car (like the split back window), but it also has unique feelings, such as scissor style doors, night-view back camera and hybrid engine.

The car debuted at the Chicago Auto Show in 2009 and was revealed in 2013 that the concept car was going to become real when the Corvette Stingray 2014 was made. Sadly, the grade of certain features of the design was not developed and the Corvette Stingray doors and the rear window split between other elements were missing in 2014 ..

8. Toyota FT-1

The Chicago Auto Show 2015 allowed sports car enthusiasts to see Toyota’s FT-1 design car in the near future. One amazing part of the vehicle is the lovely opulent graphite and the saddle color combination. Whereas the muscular body recalls the Toyota models of the past, there are modern design features, such as a clear glass hat. Sadly the concept car did not come into being in the Supra model of the brand even though reports said otherwise and would only remain a dream for now.

7. Chevrolet Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo

While normally the opposite is the case, this car is based on a video game. This concept car is likely to be your dream car if you are an avid gamer. Initially digitally created for Gran Truism 6 in its digital series Vision Gran Turismo, this car was reborn as a concept car to commemorate the Chaparral Race Cars that have come from decades ago. Chevy is only one of the car manufacturers who has created maximum size of their virtual vehicles. The Chaparral is zero to 60 times 1.5-second and can hit 240 mph.

6. Audi Prologue

The Prolog is the first design ever created since Marc Lichte was first named at Audi Design, in 2014. A big, smooth, tactile organic-LED dash and a 4.0-liter twin-loaded V8 are just a few of the modern touches. It also has an 8-speed automatic torque converter and a torque range of 605 hours and 516 lb-ft. Audi claims that in 3.7 seconds, the car will cross 0-62 mph.

The car debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2014 and Lichte says of the car: “Audi stands for sport, light weight and the permanent four-wheel drive. We convey this know-how in a new way with the Audi Prolog, which means we have put the sporty car on wheels in the luxury category. The Prolog is shorter and flatter than the present A8, but has, like all recent Audi vehicles, all-wheel steering, which makes it more comfortable to drive.

5. Lamborghini Asterion LPI 910-4

Not unexpectedly, there are three concept cars from Lamborghini in this list. All their vehicles are basically dream vehicles. The Asterion was one of the biggest surprises at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. It has a 602-hp 5.2-liter V-10 engine, has an engine capacity of 897 hours, and in three seconds it can go from 0 to 62 mph. The top speed is 199 and the hue of Blue Elektra is eye-catching. The one Lamborghini trade mark that it lacks is sharp points, but Lamborghini’s to a t is anything that.

4. Volvo Concept Estate

The Volvo Model Estate shows its Swedish origins. The car is Volvo says,

The two-door estate is the third and last model in the series of Volvo concept cars. “The beautiful, bold silhouette with a bright, luminous and comfortable interior – a reference to the Swedish salon, a location you are reluctant to leave.” Its construction is similar to that of Volvos, but a completely modern vehicle. This trip is an example of the future of Volvo, spanning from high-quality fabrics to the use of Volvo’s Drive-E, Sensus and IntelliSafe technologies.

3. BMW Gina

While “Geometry and functions in ‘N’ changes” are an acronym for Gina, heckler have played the name of the car as the very untimely name “Vagina.”

Nonetheless, this shaping car is just the name you might make fun of. Sure, the car can adjust its shape; the driver is able to monitor the moving frame by choice and the material used to make the vehicle can withstand low and high temperatures. The exterior spandex polyurethane-coated helps a spoiler to expand if necessary and it is also water resistant. The manmade fabric has exceptionally long-lasting strength and does not use both stretching and external components. The doors open butterfly style and the headlights are eyelidly exposed as the engines withdraw.

2. Lotus Hot Wheels

Auto and toy enthusiasts get giddy, and when they see the Lotus Hot Wheels design of 2007, are full of childlike enthusiasm. It was built by Lotus and looks amazing for the Hot Wheels toymaker. But, this is a 1:5 scale model so that, unless you are a teen, you will probably not be able to fit into it. At the 2007 SEMA Show in Vegas, the prototype model was unveiled but was turned into one in 64 in 2008. This is like nothing that you’ve ever seen before, and embodies many Hot Wheels toy cars’ spirit and badassness.

1. Lamborghini Gallardo Concept S

This concept car exists in only two respects. The 5-liter V10 concept car is a street-legal high-speed roadster worth $2,4-$3 million. It has been seen twice in Pebble Beach, “The project S reflects everything that Lamborghini stands for,” said Stephen Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini S.P.A. It is highly uncompromising and Italian. “The Concorso Italiano produced and first unveiled when the non-running version of the Concept S was introduced at Geneva in 2005 with a lot of publicity.