Renault has wowed the Paris Motor Show with a GT concept car dubbed the Trezor, described by its creator as an two-seater electric supercar.
Mitsubishi will debut a concept at the Paris Motor Show that could evolve into a range-topping SUV. The GT-PHEV uses three electric motors.
Vauxhall is to study the potential for building future generations of Opel's Ampera-e electric crossover in right-hand-drive form.
Citroën will display a concept at the Paris show in September highlighting the brand's 'Advanced Comfort' programme with much occupant-focused technology.
Mercedes-Maybach, the ultra-luxury division of Mercedes-Benz, has revealed a dramatic new concept car at the Pebble Beach classic car concours in California.
Hyundai will continue the development of its Genesis luxury sub-brand with the unveiling of a concept at the New York International Auto Show on 23rd March.
Subaru is revealing the platform that will form the basis of the Japanese brand’s next generation of vehicles.
Attracting much interest at the Geneva show is the unveiled E-Tense by DS Automobiles. The E-Tense is a concept, with apparently no plans to put it on sale.
Without doubt a star of the Geneva Motor Show is the 1-litre turbo GT concept from Vauxhall. It boast's all of the signature sports car design elements.
Vauxhall release interior pictures of their GT Concept. The mid-engined sports car boasts a button-less dash layout dubbed the Human Machine Interface.
In the second part of our Top Ten Concept Cars feature, The Car Expert highlights the Final Five concepts, representing the very best automotive showstoppers of 2014.
In a two-part feature, The Car Expert highlights the very best concept cars of 2014. In today's Part One, we count down from Numbers 10 to 6, which features a few surprises and a couple of crowd favourites.
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