Concept Cars from the 2016 Detroit Auto Show

Jan. 13, 2016
Take a sneak peek at tomorrow’s automotive features.

Automakers showed off a new crop of concept vehicles at this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Some were exercises in styling, others pushed the limits in terms of engineering. Low gas prices seem to have breathed new life into gas-powered concepts while electrics and hydrogen-powered vehicles also made inroads. For more information on concept cars over the last 15 years click here.

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