Concept Car Designers Scottsdale AZ

Named ‘Concept Car of the year 2008’ by Automobile Magazine, the Hypnos concept has a seating arrangement said to mimic the spiral of a DNA strand while the rest of the interior promises an emotionally engaging drive by changing the trim color and smell depending on your mood.

Scottsdale Hyundai
(480) 355-8730
15500 N Hayden Rd
Scottsdale, AZ

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Mj B Auto Sales
(480) 951-7189
8355 E Raintree Dr Ste 110
Scottsdale, AZ

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Motor Sports Of Scottsdale
(480) 483-9300
8053 E Raintree Dr
Scottsdale, AZ

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Diamond Motorsports
(480) 699-9965
15055 N Hayden Rd
Scottsdale, AZ

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Myimprove
(480) 624-2599
15111 N. Hayden Rd
Scottsdale, AR
 
United Auto Credit Corp
(480) 367-8166
8147 E Evans Rd Ste 6
Scottsdale, AZ

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Beck's European
(602) 997-6572
8225 E Butherus
Scottsdale, AZ
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Phoenix Wares Llc
(480) 948-8511
15015 N 74TH St Ste 210
Scottsdale, AZ

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Arizona Vehicle Management
(480) 736-8588
14950 N 83rd Pl Ste 7
Scottsdale, AZ

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Scotts Auto Sales & Leasing
(480) 949-1455
4256 N Brown Ave Ste B
Scottsdale, AZ

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Top 10 Craziest Concept Cars

Top 10 Craziest Concept Cars September 25, 2009 by William Sprecher Concept cars provide a chance for auto manufactures to push the boundaries of convention by defying practicality, performance, safety and sometimes even gravity. The beauty of concept cars is that they are uninhibited, unadulterated works of automotive imagination. In many cases, these concepts provide a glimpse into where automotive trends are heading. We decided to take a look at some of the most memorable works of automotive design, ranging from the inspired to the inexplicable.

2008 Citroën Hypnos

Citroen Hypnos
Named ‘Concept Car of the year 2008’ by Automobile Magazine, the Hypnos concept has a seating arrangement said to mimic the spiral of a DNA strand while the rest of the interior promises an emotionally engaging drive by changing the trim color and smell depending on your mood.

2007 Toyota RiN

Toyota RiN
The RiN takes its inspiration from a Yakusugi tree, which we can only guess is short, polite and surrounded by UV-filtering green glass. The interior is designed to promote good posture and a cheerful mood, all while maintaining consistent oxygen and humidity levels. No word on how this would be powered. Love, perhaps?

Volkswagen L1

Volkswagen L1
VW’s hybrid concept recently debuted at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, and the two-seater is supposedly capably of getting 240 mpg. The super sleek - and radically different - design uses a diesel-electric hybrid engine to drive the front wheels and weighs just over 830 lbs. According to VW the L1 is only a few years away from production, but are we ready for it?

2005 Nissan Pivo2

Nissan Pivo2
Before you ask, yes, that is a robot’s head rising from the dash. The Pivo2 concept is centered around a revolving three-person cabin and individually-powered electric wheels. Using an intelligent machine (that’s where the robot comes in), the Pivo2 creates a new kind of car-driver relationship. Let’s just hope the robot isn’t the clingy type.

2008 Antro Solo

Antro Solo Tribrid
Serious about going green? Look no further than the Solo Tribrid, which is the first ever gas-, electric- and human-powered hybrid. Pedals mounted in the foot wells mean your passengers would have to earn their free lift. Fred Flintstone would be proud. 

1957 Aurora Safety Car

Aurora Safety Car
The Aurora Safety Car, coming in at number five, used a gaping, foam-filled front-end to scoop up pedestrians without injury in the event they got in the way and belt-like seat restraints to hold occupants in place (how novel!). It was designed to be the world’s safest car, though it ended up being a pretty dangerous endeavor for its makers. Taking three years to build, the prototype cost $30,000 and bankrupted the company.

2008 Helios Lizard Car

Helios lizard car
While this vehicle wasn’t designed by an automaker, its use of collapsible, fan-like solar panels means it’s strange enough to make our list.

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