This stunner of a car isn’t for sale. The Rolls Royce Sweptail isn’t a concept, but rather, it’s tailor-made for one RR patron who wanted a luxury car that was comparable to that of a yacht. Designed with Rolls Royce’s signature styling on the front, you’ll notice a rather large overhang on the back, and a styling that almost resembles the hull of a racing yacht.
♂ The TH!NK FROST concept is a creation of Norwegian designer Anders Gloslie who is currently studying at IED Torino in Italy. The FROST has been designed as a concept proposal for TH!NK, an electric car company based in Norway. original from http://www.diseno-art.com/encyclopedia/concept_cars/think_frost.html
Long been obsessed with all things Scandi? You’ll likely find the Danish concept of Hygge appealing. Pronounced ‘hue-gah’, it is best described as the philosophy of enjoying life’s simple pleasures, and is now the latest buzzword in wellness thanks to a new crop of books and blogs.
The 1955 Lincoln Futura was a concept car designed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. Hand-built by Ghia in Turin, Italy and designed by Bill Schmidt and John Najjar for $250,000. After buying the car from Ford for $1, legendary customizer George Barris made modifications and transformed the car into the Batmobile, for the 1966 TV series Batman.
The Bugatti Type 57T has officially won our hearts! This concept car designed by Arthur B. Nustas revives the classic vintage Type 57T coupe by the German automotive giant, combining Jean Bugatti’s original work with the modern Bugatti aesthetic everyone so instantly recognizes and loves!