Mercedes F 015
In a world where all cars drive themselves, this Mercedes could be a reality. Billed as a “mobile living-space,” this car features four swivel bucket seats and a host of multimedia features that can be used for business or pleasure.
Look at how happy these people are working in their car BEFORE they get to work.
There’s also a large LED display on the front and back of the car, providing safety features. Although to be honest, if computers are solely responsible for driving, it worries me if they have to rely on a giant light that says SLOW. Regardless, this Mercedes is a deep look at things to come.
Convertible BMW i8
Although you can spot the non-droptop version on the streets, this modification would pretty much create the greenest sports convertible on the road. With 400 horsepower coming from a lithium-ion battery and a body made from sustainable materials, you can speed by other drivers and contribute to saving the planet at the same time.
With only one seat and Ego literally in the name of the car, this vehicle is for the serious baller who knows how to treat himself. Featuring style inspired by an Apache attack helicopter (seriously) and more angles than a used car salesman, the Egoista comes just about ready for you to fight crime.
People are already making plans.
If you’ve ever wanted to fly a jet without a pilot’s license, this is as close as it gets
Toyota Fun Vii
A literal mood ring on wheels, the Toyota Vii has a personalized display covering the entire outside of the car that you can adjust to display pretty much whatever you feel like. It’s also going to be made to connect with roads, infrastructure, other cars and whatever other things we may be connecting to in the future. Check out the video to see the Vii in action!
Sure the future has some innovative luxury cars coming, but what about something that takes being green to the next level? This car gets a whopping 235 MPG (the current average MPG for a US car is about 30). Renault reworked every aspect of the automobile, from the doors
(there are only three) to a body made of materials like thermoplastic and magnesium and other fancy-sound metals. So whether the future finds you living like a king or looking to make an environmental impact, exciting things are coming!