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A couple of years ago we did a feature on the popular Ferrari Xezri Concept by Samir Sadikhov, a 23 year old designer from Azerbaijan. Samir contacted us with news on a new breathtaking concept he has been working on, the Aston Martin DBC concept. The DBC features a number of traditional Aston Martin design cues such as the front grille shape and the typical side strakes found on all Aston Martin models. Samir says: " It was important to ensure that the car’´s design was pure, clean and modern, while at the same time you should be able to put your hand over the front nose badge and still recognize the car as an Aston Martin." Head over to Samir´s website and check out his impressive portfolio.
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The Jeep Might FC is an impressive beast of a vehicle, the retro rock crawler defies any preconceived notions you may have regarding scale and balance. It is based on the Jeep Forward Control built 50 years ago, and most of the truck is a two-door 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. Unfortunately the Mighty FC is still in concept stage, but we are sure many like us will beg Jeep to turn this into something you can actually buy.

Also check out the awesome Legacy Power Wagon
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We don´t feature concept vehicles very often, only if we come across something truly spectacular. Today we feature the Lamborghini Perdigon Concept by Ondrej Jirec, a final year Transport Design student at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. The car is inspired by several jet fighters, the most visible of those cues is the large air intake mounted just below the windscreen.

Other amazing concepts worth a look:
- Ferrari Xezri by Samir Sadikhov
- Bentley Barnato Roadster by Ben Knapp Voith
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The Bentley Barnato Roadster is a concept designed by Ben Knapp Voith while attending an 8-month design internship at Bentley. It is a modern interpretation of what the Bentley Boys (elite and adventurous British gentlemen racers who drove Bentley sports cars in the 1920s) would drive today. Ben´s tribute was inspired by Bentley´s early cars but also the gracious curves of the R-Type Continental. The end result is a stylish contemporary car with self-evident attention to detail.
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Ferrari Xezri is the amazing vision of Samir Sadikhov from Azerbaijan, it won 2nd prize at the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011. The design was based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. He was also inspired by wind, he named the concept Xezri, it is derived from the name given to the wind passing through the eastern part of the Caspian Sea, the largest lake on earth. We love the purity and elegance of its design.
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To celebrate its 200 years of existence, Peugeot decided to create something that was truly worthy of this special day. If we combine the best of current technology with a design that seems to have left the movie Tron or Batman, we get the concept car Peugeot EX1. The EX1 is currently the world´s fastest electric car recently beating the record that the Mini E had already established in the German Nurburgring circuit.
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Imagined by young Chinese designer, 21 year old Yuhan Zhang, a recent graduate in Industrial Design with honors from the University Xihua-China, the "Volkswagen Aqua" is an amazing concept, a hybrid vehicle half way between a car and a hovercraft. The vehicle is powered by Hydrogen and propelled by impellers.
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Largely inspired and created in tribute to the magnificent Bugatti Grand Sport Sang Bleu. Designed by the young designer Ben Walsh and presented the beautiful blue speedboat the same polished aluminum and royal blue carbon fiber construction of the supercar. Called Bugatti Veyron Sang Bleu Concept Speedboat "and unfortunately still at the concept stage. via Trendhunter
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The Halo Interceptor is an amazing concept car by british designer Philip Pauley. This vehicle can morph into a jet or a boat, all you need is to slip the car into a series of different chassis. This would definitly come in handy for bond or batman.
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Designed by Austrian designer Adriano Mudri graduate of the University of Applied Sciences in Graz, it combines several styling cues from the Audi Group models, from the R8-inspired rear end to the Lamborghini-trademark scissor doors. The design features a rear-mounted engine, with design elements much like the current Audi R8, including the contrast in color between the engine bonnet and the rest of the body.
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This is a one-off custom-built Maybach based on the Maybach 57 limousine, the Exelero is a chopped-down two-seater coupe, though its more than just a show car, during tests it reached a speed of 218.38mph, despite weighing over 2.66 tonnes. It is capable of acceleration from 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds. Its 550bhp V12 engine was bored out to 5.9 litres, and tuned for 700bhp and over 738lb ft of torque. Amazing!

 
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The Ferrari 612 GTO is the creation of young Berlin designer Sasha Selipanov of Berlin, also known as the "angry car designer". In collaboration with Samir Sadixov they came up with this stunning design study of a Ferrari 612 GTO. Source
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The Pulse Urban Bike is a creation by seatle designers TEAGUE, its a innovative urban bike concept formed to meet all the standard necessities of bike commute. It features electric turn signals, located both on the edge of each handle and at the rear indicator light, that can be controlled form the handlebars and a glowing frame that lights up when the rider needs it. 
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Saab Aero-X is a concept car by Saab unveiled at the 2006 Salon International de lAuto. It is powered by a 2.8 L twin-turbocharged V6 running on pure ethanol that produces 300 kW (400 hp). 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is predicted to be 4.9 s and top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph). It has a 7-speed manual transmission controlled by paddles on the steering wheel.
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The Taurus as the designer hails it, is a zero emission, open-top, saddle-ridden vehicle that moves on two wheels. Essentially an enhanced Segway with a saddle, the all-electric vehicle needs to be controlled by the body balance of  the rider. You can control the speed by leaning forward or backward, while the steering wheel can be used to change the direction on curves, apart from your body balance.
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We had already showed you the MINI Beachcomber Concept , this MINI Roadster Concept, a prototype roadster much more radical than the MINI Convertible measuring 3.71 m in length, 1.35 m high and 1.68 m wide. Equipped with the four-cylinder 1.6 Turbo 175 hp of the Cooper S, the Roadster concept will certainly be placing on the market since 2011, as well as its other versions.
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Bugatti released pictures of our 16C Galibier, the prototype of the future four-door brand, first introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. The interior is minimalist but at the same time refined, thanks to high-quality materials and the inclusion of a clock Parmigiani, created specially for the Galibier, which can be removed and placed on the wrist.
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Porsche 918 Spyder also features a 3.4-litre V8 powerplant with more than 370kW at 9200rpm. It does 0-62 time of 3.2 seconds, top speed of 198 mph, Coupled with three more electric motors with an overall output of 160kW, the Porsche 918 Spyder concept delivers in excess of 530kW to all four wheels via a seven-speed PDK transmission.absolutely mind blowing!

UPDATE: Seems like you´ll be able to order one of these very soon...Porsche 918 Spyder brochure leaks onto web read here


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