Top 5 unique concept cars for 2017
What are the best concepts heading to the UK this year?
by Abi Moses on 2nd May, 2017
2017 is said to be a great year when it comes to concepts, with we at Car Finance Deals eager to see the following lived out in metal!
Rinspeed Oasis Car
Rinspeed recently showed off their Oasis concept at CES. The car is proving to be hugely popular with its unique style which is accompanied by its garden. Complete with Bonsai trees and radishes, the garden is situated behind the fabulous multi-coloured windshield. Additionally, the concept car has a touchscreen which can be voice and gesture controlled. The snazzy concept is also able to alert you if there are obstacles ahead. The company envisions the concept as a sharing vehicle, where the driver can select a passenger through an app which functions like Tinder.
Volkswagen has unveiled a snazzy new take on its classic microbus. The hippie-mobile can travel up to approximately 270 miles on a sole charge. The unique concept is said to include radar, lidar, cameras, and ultrasonic sensors. It also comes equipped with a tablet which is removable. The minibus can also be opened with the driver’s smartphone.
Initially Honda showed off its new concept car in December, however it's since made its official debut at CES. The car is said to be electric and self-driving. However, the company haven’t released any specifications with regards to details. Honda have however revealed that the concept “reads human emotions” to better the overall driving experience.
Nissan recently unveiled their VMotion concept at the Detroit Auto Show. The concept car has a very noticeably geometrical, impressive design. The ProPilot system gives drivers a luxurious opportunity to drive autonomously on highways. This can be done up to 62 mph.
The SUV concept was released earlier this year and has been described by Citroen as a “modern” style which features curved lines and fun colours. The new concept features a panoramic sunroof and two-side view mirrors which enables the driver to be able to see surrounding views while travelling in style.