TOP 10 COOLEST CONCEPT CARS in 2019 GENEVA MOTOR SHOW

TOP 10 COOLEST CONCEPT CARS in 2019 GENEVA MOTOR SHOW


Concept cars always have been the center of
the attraction in motor shows with their futuristic and fancy look. As usual, newest concept cars enthralled the
car lovers in the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. I listed ‘top 10 coolest concept cars in
this year’s Geneva Motor Show’ promising pretentious performance statistics with magnificent
exterior designs. 10 Renault EZ – Ultimo: The Renault EZ-Ultimo
is a futuristic concept car that the French company unveiled in 2018, but it appeared
in the 2019 Geneva Motor Show too. A fully autonomous car, the EZ-Ultimo rounds
out Renault’s trilogy of concept robo-vehicles designed for shared mobility. It joins the EZ-Go and the EZ-Pro, also unveiled
in 2018. The EZ-Go had a top speed of only 48 km/h
(30 mph), so the EZ-Ultimo may have similar limitations. Powered by an all-electric drivetrain, the
concept car is intended to be offered as a service for “a single trip, a circuit or a
day booking” provided by premium travel companies and resorts. Of course, the big news is that the EZ-Ultimo
features level 4 autonomous driving capability. This means it can drive itself without human
input both in the city and on the highway. To do so, it uses a number of sensors and
cameras fitted in small boxes and placed in the corners of the body. This 6 meters long (20 feet) concept car also
rides on an active suspension system that lowers chassis when stopped and raises the
body by several centimeters when on the move. 9 Golden Sahara II: Goodyear and Klairmont
Kollections unveiled restored Golden Sahara II on translucent Goodyear tires at the 2019
Geneva International Motor Show. An iconic custom car of the 1950s and 60s,
the Golden Sahara II was one of the first concepts of autonomous vehicles and was fitted
with glowing, see-through tires that were custom made by Goodyear. Developed by Jim Street and legendary custom
car designer George Barris, the Golden Sahara II was a platform for testing new electronic
systems. It featured an automatic braking system that
used sensors to detect potential objects in the car’s path. The car’s tires were developed by Goodyear
using Neothane, a translucent form of synthetic rubber, and contained internal lighting, which
allowed them to glow. This car sat in a garage for 50 years until Klairmont Kollections purchased the 350 000$ vehicle from Mecum Auctions in May 2018. Sadly there are no specs given of this car. 8 Nissan IMQ: The 4.5 meters (15 feet) long
concept, while likely to be toned down for production, is an athletic-looking crossover
with multiple sharp lines. It doesn’t have a GTR motor inside it. There is an e-Power powertrain instead, which
means it’s an EV. The battery is the same technology as in Nissan’s
Leaf, but it’s smaller here because the 1.5-litre petrol acts as a range extender
to give you more juice. The engine never drives the wheels, that’s
the job of electric motors on each axle, which have combined total outputs of 335 hp.
7 Toyota GR Supra GT4 : The Supra GT4 was developed by the Japanese company Toyota Motorsport
in Europe for GT4 series racing, which the company claims is one of the fastest growing
racing series in key markets like North America, Europe and Asia. Because it’s a concept, Toyota gets to be
pretty tight-lipped about details, but it keeps the BMW 3 liter inline turbo 6-cylinder
from the real car. So to guess the specs of this car, lets start
from the hp. It is expected that this race car might have
a hp around 400. With that engine it might be able to go from
0 to 60 mph (98 km/h) in just 4.1 seconds with launch control and on to a limited top
speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). GT4-spec cars usually cost less than 200 000
$ so it will be an affordable option and a good start for drivers who eventually want
to join other series in the future. The GR Supra GT4 Concept is even more light-weight
than the commercial Toyota Supra, and is equipped with race specific parts such as roll cage,
suspention, brake and rear-wings. 6 Piëch Mark Zero: Piëch Automotive, a German-Swiss
automaker based out of Zürich and Munich, introduced the Mark Zero in this Geneva Motor
Show. It is a high-powered two-door EV with grand
tourer aspirations. Charging electric cars takes longer than fueling
petrol cars. The cells in this electric car support an
unusually high recuperation rate and create the conditions for the Mark Zero to be 80
per cent charged in 5 minutes, according to Piëch Automotive. This car has three motors: one front asynchronous
and two rear synchronous motors, which can deliver just over 200 horsepower each. With that being said, company did not fit
an additional engine cooling system because the batteries can be air-cooled alone due
to their low heat generation. This also saved the car from being 2 tons,
it weighs 1.8 tons. With 600 hp in total, this car can accelerate
from 0 to 60 mph (98 km/h) in 3.2 seconds. Top speed is predictably low rated at 250
km/h (155 mph), because EV’s tend to run out of puff the faster they go. Plus price of this car is estimated to be
around 400 000 $. 5 Nissan GT-R50: This car is the result of
a collaborative effort between Nissan and the legendary Italian design house, Italdesign. Built to commemorate the overlapping 50th
anniversary of both the Skyline GT-R nameplate and the birth of Italdesign. The GT-R50 is based on a production 2018 Nissan
GT-R Nismo model, but Italdesign took responsibility for developing, engineering, and building
the final product. Output from the handcrafted V-6 gets a sizable
boost, and it now produces 710 hp. Production of the GT-R50 will be limited to
50 copies at 1.16 million $. There are no acceleration or top speed claims. However considering the horsepower this monster
has, it might be able to hop to 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in less than 3 seconds
and predictably can go faster than 322 km/h (200 mph). 4 ARCFOX GT Street & Track: In case you hadn’t
heard of them before, Arcfox is owned by Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV) a division of Beijing
Auto. The flagship vehicle of the Arcfox, the Arcfox
GT reflects the extreme pursuit of speed, technology and design. It is one such car, powered by four electric
motors generating a 1,020 hp in total. Thanks to it’s lightweight construction
and staggering power output, the GT is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph)
in just 2.59 seconds, just a reminder that is Bugatti Chiron territory. Plus the high energy density lithium battery,
provides ample energy for long driving range as more than 400 km (285 miles). It’s top speed is going to be precisely
plus 257 km/h (160+ mph) and it’s price is going to be around 1.1 million $. These
specs I gave are for the Street version of this car and it’s a big part of the company’s
plan to assert itself outside of China. However, customers looking for a more track-focused
car, can buy the Track Edition. Arcfox GT Track Edition uses the latest Formula
E technology, putting down a 1,609 hp. Sadly that is the only performance statistic
of this car. Both Street and Track Editions get an all-electric
powertrain ,which means their fuel type is electric. They have a coupe type of chassis and two
door as exterior specifications. 3 ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH VISION: The Vanquish
Vision Concept, as revealed at the 2019 Geneva motor show, foresees not only the return of
the Vanquish nomenclature to the Aston Martin range, but also tackle supercars like the
McLaren 720S, Ferrari F8 Tributo and the Lamborghini Huracan Evo. The Vanquish Vision Concept borrows heavily
from the Valkyrie in the design department and it will become the company’s entry-level
supercar. Like its brother AM-RB 003 ,which got it’s
debut in this same motor show, Vanquish Vision is set to become a more practical and road-friendly
version of the Valkyrie. While the Valkyrie and 003 are carbon-fiber
cars, the Vanquish will feature a bespoke bonded aluminium chassis. This “downgrade” is part of Aston Martin’s
strategy to make this supercar more affordable and accessible to the masses. This mid-engined supercar of Aston Martin,
will be powered by the same twin-turbo V6 that will be found in the incoming AM-RB 003. Aston Martin cars used to have the V-12 powerplant
and the turbocharged V-8, but from now on this British company is going to build its
own engines, rather than relying on technical partner Mercedes-AMG. Aston Martin did not give any performance
test results, but if it’s aiming for Ferrari, Lamborghini and McLaren specs it seems likely
to be producing in excess of 600 hp with 338km/h (210 mph) capability a given. When it comes to acceleration, it is expected
the Vanquish Vision to be able to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standing start in less
than 3 seconds. Also this monster migth surpass the 300,000
$ mark given that Aston Martins are usually a bit more expensive than the competition. In addition to these specs, Aston Martin Vanquish
Vision has a coupe chassis, two doors and it’s fuel is petrol. 2 GFG STYLE KANGAROO: A ’hyper SUV’ car
from Italy is called the Kangaroo. It looks like a supercar, but with adjustable
suspension, it’s said to also have the off-roading ability of an SUV. The Kangaroo’s ride height can vary from just
14 centimeters (5.5 inches) in “Racing” mode to 26 centimeters (10.2 inches) in “Off-Road”
mode. As a result, GFG Style says the Kangaroo can
be used on any surface, from asphalt to sand to mud. Like many similar supercar concepts, the Kangaroo
is designed around an aluminum space frame with carbon-fiber bodywork. This electric car has two electric motors,
with combined output listed at 482 hp. Also 90-kilowatt-hour battery pack is said
to give a driving range of more than 450 kilometers (280 miles) on a charge. The Kangaroo can hop to 60 mph from a standstill
in 3.5 seconds, and has an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). Sadly no numbers are given for the price of
this two door SUV model. 1 ENGLER F.F, SUPERQUAD: Whenever an automotive comes out
of Slovakia, it’s normally something extreme. Engler Automotive, a budding vehicle manufacturer
based in Slovakia, has come to the 2019 Geneva Motor Show with what it proudly claims is
a “hypercar killer”. Engler F.F. Superquad features a V-10 engine that probably
be pulled from one of the two cars, Lamborghini Huracan or Audi R8. However it is fitted with the two superchargers
to make the extra power, so it comes with a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph). Additionally Engler quotes 0 to 100 km/h (0-62
mph) in 2.5 seconds and 800 hp. The Superquad is the first vehicle of it’s
kind. There’s no cabin on this Slovakian machine. The driver straddles it like they would on
a motorcycle or a quad. The vehicle is the size of a regular car but
weighs a lot less, it is 800 kilograms (1763 lbs). This 2-door, petrol car looks like a hot wheels
toy and it will probably be more expensive than it’s rivals in the Geneva Motor Show,
with a price tag of 500 000 $. So this is the coolest concept cars of 2019
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