If you wait impatiently for the next Auto show…
If the latest technological breakthroughs cause you to drool…
If you’re a love avant-garde…
You’re just like us. You’re a concept car fan!
Ford is proud of its long history of combining technologies, design, and creativity to create compelling and innovative concept cars to the delight of consumers.
It was SO much fun rediscovering Ford’s rich concept car past that we wanted to share our list of Ford’s Top 10 concept cars with you.
Here they are!
1 – Unveiled in Detroit in 1995, the GT90 is considered by many to be the best concept car of all time. With its distinct blue interior, impressive technology, and incomparable power, its wild design makes it undeniably memorable.
2 – With a dashboard that looks like it belongs on an airplane and dares you to take flight, the Mighty Tonka is arguably the most striking concept truck ever created.
3 – Since its unveiling in 2011 the electric hybrid Evos has impressed everyone with its gullwing door action.
4 – Unveiled in 2006, boasting innovative features like an integrated child seat, the Refl3x proved that a small car could meet the big needs of Americans.
5 – Named in reference to the Pantone color code, the 021C delighted audiences with its retro design touches and is undoubtedly one of the most original concept cars.
6 – Introduced in 2007, the Airstream revolutionized the way we think about recreational vehicles. Its distinct retro-futuristic SUV styling merges design and function into a totally original ride.
7 – Inspired by the muscle cars of the sixties, the Interceptor was presented in Detroit for the first time in 2007. Combining nostalgia with innovation, this sleek and powerful sedan was a real crowd-pleaser!
8 – Inviting passengers to indulge in its stunningly luxurious interior, the Synus has, without a doubt, the most captivating and comfortable interior design!
9 – The Giugiaro Mustang: A Mustang with Italian design – what more could you ask for?
10 – Developed in 1958, the Nucleon concept car captured the nuclear fascination of the time with a future-minded design that envisioned what a nuclear-powered car would be like. Rather than a traditional combustion engine, it was to be powered by a small nuclear reactor! Although it was never completed, its creative design is evocative of an entire era on display the Henry Ford Museum.