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Sometimes concept cars are simply production model previews. The Ford Evos Concept ($TBA) is not one of them. This four-door, four-seat fastback operates on a lithium-ion plug-in hybrid powertrain, and apart from the strikingly sexy body and gullwing-style front and rear doors makes technology the focus, with features like a heart-rate monitoring seat, allergy-free interior, and the ability to communicate with the cloud and other wireless devices such as your cell phone, letting it perform crazy-future tasks like automatically playing the same music that you were just streaming at your house, heat or cool the interior to an ideal temperature before you get in the car by predicting when you’re going to leave based on your calendar, automatically close the garage door and turn off lights as you pull out of the driveway, and tons of other Jetsons-ish tasks that are bound to make us even lazier.

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Truely awesome!! Ferrari 612 GTO Concept slicker than slick, looks meaner and sportier. I like the new look of the 612 GTO. I hope they end up making it. *squirt* 🙂

You can check out some more pics at this link –

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Racer X Design’s proposed 2+2 Bugatti Streamliner is actually based on the Bentley Continental GT platform, but it sure doesn’t look like any Bentley we’ve ever seen. Now if only it actually existed.
This is awesome! I want one noooooooowwwww! 🙂

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If your’e lucky enough to be loaded, Wald’s Black Bison 2003 Bentley Continental GT will push your street cred to blingtastic levels with a new bodykit, exhaust and suspension.

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Ruben Vela designer of the DB One Concept and a recent addition to the Aston Martin design team in 2007. He has transformed the classic, sleek, sexy, luxury car and made the designs of the past look like antiques. Not that the Aston Martin wasn’t good enough before but the new found dynamism is worth looking at. Ruben Vela is a Spanish designer who has just finished his Masters Degree in Automotive Design in 2006 from Polytechnic University in Valencia. Based on these designs, I would assume he was amongst the top of his class.

The DB-ONE Concept he designed is widely based on the concept of dynamic lines and smooth curves. The front grille is larger in comparison to the other Aston models and looks quite prominent. The narrow slit headlights define the shape amazingly well.

It is sex on wheels, what I would give to even wash this car. 🙂

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