5. 2017 Mercedes-Benz Generation EQ Concept
The German automaker has its sights set at competing in the electric vehicle segment, showing off the Generation EQ Concept in Paris. It’s a bit of a Tesla Model X fighter, with two separate electric motors generating around 400 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. Mercedes claims it has a driving range of about 310 miles and permanent all-wheel drive helps contribute to a zero-to-62 mph [0-100 km/h] time of less than five seconds.
4. 2017 Volkswagen ID Concept
According to Volkswagen, the production version of the I.D. will arrive by 2020, and a fully self-driving version will be on sale by 2025. In autonomous mode, the steering wheel will tuck back into the dash.
3. 2016 Faraday Future FFZERO1 Concept
The company behind this new car is called Faraday Future. Just 18 months old, it’s a new automaker, but it’s backed by some serious friends. Supported by a Chinese billionaire and with help from Nevada state officials, Faraday Future will begin making cars right here in the U.S.
2. 2017 BMW i Vision Future Interaction Concept
e BMW i Vision Future Interaction concept, which is an i8 with an interior packed full of futuristic technology. High-resolution vehicle displays including a 21-inch screen are found throughout the interior, which are controlled using gestures, touch-sensitive surfaces and voice controls.
1. 2016 Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 Concept
Rolls-Royce showed off its Vision Next 100 concept today in London, giving a look at what its vehicles might look like a century years from now. The Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 is the most luxurious car ever made. The chassis of this luxury car is a hand-built, and it is made from the most luxurious, advanced, and most expensive materials.