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The best concept cars from CES 2017

Article By Ministry of Bikes

Posted on 23 Jan 2017

The best concept cars from CES 2017

So, last week we told you about Toyota’s futuristic Concept-I car, which was showcased at the CES event, and is just absolutely unbelievable. Now, because there were so many insane ideas presented at the big event, we thought it would be fun to pick out some of the best cars with the greatest technology.

BMW’s Inside Future Sculpture

BMW Inside Future Sculpture

BMW unveiled their Inside Future Sculpture at the event last week, and just like Toyota’s Concept-I, BMW feel the need to offer both autonomous and manual driving modes. The cars cabin offers a more luxurious feel, whilst also providing more space, with a more open look.

Faraday Future FF91

Faraway Future

Faraday Future introduced the all-new FF91 electric car at the CES event, which goes from 0-60mph in 2.39 seconds and has a maximum range of 378-435 miles. It also carries a cool space vibe to it.

Volkswagen ID concept

Volkswagen ID Concept

Another brand which introduced their interesting new concept was Volkswagen with their ID Concept. Unlike most other concept cars, this one actually looks pretty normal. The main addition to this vehicle is the fact that the company wish to include autonomous drive, as well as enhancing their App Connect service, so that drivers can become more integrated with their cars.

Honda’s NeuV

Honda NeuV

Honda’s NeuV (New Electric Urban Vehicle), is the brands new ride sharing car. The purpose of the vehicle is so that the driver can earn money when not using the car, as the vehicle will pick up and drop other people off, just like a taxi service. I mean, it sounds weird, but the idea is cool.